About a month ago I asked How frequently should I be posting questions? and received the answer "as often as you need to". Today, in a similar situation, I felt I was answering too many questions.
Now, four of my five interactions in the span of about an hour are answers. Knowing I am allowed to ask questions as often as I need too, I feel I can answer questions as often as I need to, too. Nonetheless, I feel bothered by the frequency of the answers. Would it be appropriate to post on meta
How frequently should I be answering questions?
I did some research and found this meta post which states that two questions that have different scenarios but identical solutions are not duplicates.
That post led me to this meta post which states: "If you ask a question similar to another question and it is likely to get the exact same answer, you have yourself a duplicate question".
I interpreted the newer post to mean:
Different questions with similar answers are not duplicates
And the older post:
Similar questions with similar answers are duplicates.
This seems fair, but leaves ambiguity - where is the line for how similar questions can be?
Using the context "How frequently can I ask questions?" having already been posted, is "How frequently can I answer questions?" similar enough to qualify as a duplicate? What would have to be changed to allow the question be posted if it is not suitable in it's current state?