I am here again for the second time in a week to ask about what types of questions are on-topic here. My recent flag for this question with a current net score of -3 was declined recently. The poster is asking for information that can easily be found elsewhere. To me, it looks an awful lot like a homework question. I’m not I pilot so I could be wrong about the ease of finding a suitable answer but in my opinion, this question is off topic. It appears that three other people agreed with me.
The questions lacks a jurisdiction, which was pointed out in comments, and indeed may resemble a homework question.
No knowledge of that topic is required to agree that it is low-quality and lacking applicable jurisdiction, but since the answers usually assume FAA jurisdiction when not specified, I don't have strong feelings about it. The downvotes look fair (for the lack of research).
Your vote is exactly that: one of the votes required to close the question. The spirit of this site is that the community decides, and a majority of votes closes the question, a minority does not.
Here's a post on Aviation Meta on the closing of questions. I personally agree with what is stated in that OP, and I press Skip a lot when I reckon that others are more qualified than I am to make a decision on the quality of the question. Not many people seem to object to a question that can easily be Wikied, since those articles often have much room to be improved upon on this site.
This one from Meta is on the closing of posts that are flagged Low Quality.
You should accept a post (Looks good)
If you see no problems that would warrant editing or deleting and you are at least a bit familiar with the subject. [ANS] Note that answers that are clear and address the question at least a little, but are fundamentally wrong, should be downvoted, not deleted. A wrong answer still “looks good”.