Some questions are hard to be classified as homework, but they are nevertheless very basic. Such as this one and this one. For these questions, it's hard to urge the OP to "show more effort", since they probably are students who were just introduced to economics.
Recent discussions on meta (especially in comments under @Ubiquitous's answer) seem to call for an updated policy on acceptable questions, whereby questions of an Econ-101 nature will no longer be welcome on this site.
Either way, I think a clearer policy would help me (and potentially others) when reviewing and deciding whether to answer questions that are
about economics, and are asked by someone who clearly has very limited knowledge of economics but otherwise appear genuine in wanting to learn the subject; or
clearly homework questions of basic economics but with sufficient effort shown.
Our current policy doesn't give a clear enough guidance. For instance, one cannot reasonably expect an intro or intermediate student to ask a question that fits the "great question" criterion.