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- When to vote to delete an answer? 4 answers
I'm trying to become a better reviewer and I am seeing posts in the 'Low Quality Posts' review queue that are flagged for review 'Because of their length and content'.
Sometimes I see answers there that are flagged for review where the only thing I can see wrong with the answer is this it appears to be incorrect, or the solution didn't work.
Examples aside (or take the simplest case where there is a clear error or false assumption in the answer), is this a valid reason for recommending deletion or should we leave the 'veracity' of an answer up to the community by voting on it?
I have been marking these 'Looks OK' but I want to be sure that I am not missing something here and burning up someone's flags.
FWIW I am not seeing any gross amount of these scenarios, just a few here and there.