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Just like there is a reason provided in warnings and suspensions, can we please have a reason for deletion of questions? I just noticed that two of my questions got deleted!

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Now I found that it was two questions deleted!
Well, that's usually going to be on a case by case basis. And how old are these questions exactly?
Note — both were factorization questions I asked in the Mathematics group. One of them being, factor \(\sqrt{3x^2} + 11x + 6\sqrt{3}\) and the other one being, factor \(x^4 + y^4 + x^2y^2\). I asked the questions yesterday.

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The first question I mentioned above was answered by @Omniscience and the second one by @amistre64, @mathslover and @Agent47. They are the witnesses.
I asked them yesterday according to Indian time, around 8 PM IST which was 7:30 AM, Friday in California.
Hmm, ok - I'll look into how this could have happened.
Thank you very much!
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