In this question I ask for a solution that could be solved by selecting some distribution that satisfies some specified criteria and calculating the/a quantile position in python. For every distribution the computation to determine the quantile is different, so for each distribution the question would be unique and could be copied.
I think it would be interesting but bad to duplicate this question for example 20 times for 20 different distributions that satisfy the posed constraints. Hence I would think it is more valuable to ask a question that captures at least 1, just like it would when the distribution is specified, but allows answers for multiple distributions.
And I think this is the essence of the close vote: "We want single unique questions, not questions that elicit a list of different answers."
In the how to ask it says: "be specific". Not "be as specific as possible". Additionally I have not found a deliberation on what is better, multiple nearly identical questions or a single encompassing question. Therefor, I would like to ask:
Assuming someone is, or I am, interested in this same question for (a) different distribution(s), is it better to pick a single distribution and then copy the question for other distributions when interested, or give the liberty to allow any of the multiple possible distributions to be used to answer the question?