I am a software developer who is studying mathematics and logic. I made this proposition, I wanted to see how good it is, from your perspective as experts.
It is not actually known whether answering some question, is easier than asking another question which would yield a predefined expected answer. Even in well-defined sciences, it seems hard to ask a question which would generate an expected answer for that question.
Example: Imagine a paragraph of text, talking about some field in a neat and organized way. Now think of this text as an answer to a question, I believe it is hard, to form a question which would generate that answer you imagined.
Notice that I am not asking you to look at someone's answer, and guess the question who triggered the answer.
Is this proposition easy to be understood by an average-intelligence person, or is it too vague even for an intelligent person?