As far as awesome questions go, do additional details to the question help ensure a positive answer?
I would say yes, as long as it's related to the question itself. In my opinion going the extra length to answer someones question is always a positive.
Nope - only if the questions needs clarification... otherwise it is the quality of the question that ensures a positive answer!
I take you to mean to go more in depth with the question in order to get a more thorough answer, no? If so I would say yes. Many times a question could have more than one answer and I usually pass those by.
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