I just found this question through review -- a first post. The question is perfectly clear: the user has a problem and is asking for a solution. So it is not
unclear what you're asking. I cannot say it is
too broad since I do not know how broad it might be because there are no details, and it certainly doesn't seem that broad. I cannot say
spam because it decidedly isn't. It doesn't seem
primarily opinion-based and I do not know of anything it is a
duplicate of. So I go under
off-topic and I find:
WHAT?? Where is
missing context and all the other reasons present on Math SX? Should I leave it open? Should I choose
too broad because an answer as of now would be guesswork? Why do we only have these two specific off-topic reasons? I believe the others at Math are pretty useful:
So where have they gone? Were they ever present here? Why were they removed if they were? Can we have them back?
Joseph points out
missing context is not
off-topic, but still I think we should have that close reason. This way a question without context can be closed as such, so the poster will perhaps be incentivize to add this context.