Note: If downvote for meta means no to a yes/no question, then...
- Edit: Ah, a downvote. Ok so I guess it's ON-topic.
I am asking because of this
Is it fair in an introductory stochastic calculus/derivatives pricing class to ask for the price when absence of arbitrage is violated?
Sounds like 1 of those soft-questions on maths se or quant se, ethics questions on acad se or work se or a question on maths educator se.
some guide questions:
we don't have a quant education se...we can't possibly have an education se for every single non-education academic se besides academia se if they aren't so popular yet right? i figure maths se and computer science se are so popular that they got their own spin offs. but quant se? did it even graduate yet?
it is closed as opinion-based instead of off-topic. what gives? which is it? is it the wrong close vote?
re opinion based, what about soft-question ?