Well I don't really get notifications of flag responses sooo...
Nov 6 at 14:01 helpful - I suggest you take this up in meta; there is not enough space to answer here. But there are a number of unwarranted assumption you're making here. Plus, you're being argumentative with abx.
Why is this question off-topic but that question is on-topic? It's like I have to ask it on maths se first but hypothetically if I ask a question that's closed on overflow and then re-ask on maths se and no one responds there, then it's like AHA it's actually on-topic in overflow after all?
I could swear I've read some post that says if I ask something on maths se and it doesn't get a response after 2 days, then I can ask on overflow. Or like I have to set a bounty 1st and then if it doesn't get responses still, then I can ask on overflow. (well there's always the possibility I can't afford a bounty...in which case I think the one I've read doesn't include any mention of a bounty)
This issue kinda came up again here: What exactly is the relationship between the concepts of conjugate complex vector space and conjugations/real structures?
(not really a note. more like my opinion/observation/noun version of ostensibly) Ostensibly, overflow has kind of a not so well-defined definition of not research level or of too elementary or something. For example, I don't see that question or even this other question as 'research level', yet somehow in both questions, the downvotes do not exceed the upvotes.