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I don't know if this has previously been mentioned or not, but I think that there should be a limit on how many questions that a user can ask per hour or so.

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I feel like there is too much of an opportunity to take advantage of this site by asking every single question on a test or homework just trying to get answers. (Don't get me wrong, I used to do that when I was new here.) So, if there was a limit of maybe 10-15 questions per hour, it would be as simple as posting your homework on OpenStudy and letting others do the work.
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It's possible that something like this will appear in the future. If it does it will probably look more like having that limitation until you reach a certain smart score. Thanks for the suggestion!

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i mean you should have the chance to ask all the questions you want but for those people who just want you to do there work you should ask them to do the next one and make sure that they know it i mean the sight's name is open study not open answers lol xD

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