The stated close reason is that the question "needs details or clarity." Since I was one of five users voting that – but not one of the six users downvoting the question (appropriately, in my view) – I will emphasize the clarity part: It appears impossible to decipher the question at the end of ~600 background words – from an unnamed source – without poring over all of those words.
Trish's comment is curt but appropriate: While your question may not literally be homework, what you have posted is a bad question (for this site) for the same reasons as literal homework questions: you are asking every reader to do a bunch of work that you as the asker should do.
You give readers no reason to believe your question is interesting, coherent, or otherwise worth their time. I still haven't read the cited text. Maybe if you distilled it into an intriguing question I would be enticed to.
Note that five of the six questions you have posted on the main site have negative votes. This is the community's way of telling you that you are not making positive contributions. As of this moment you haven't even taken the tour. Please do that. Look at the help pages, and perhaps spend some time perusing questions, answers, and comments that have positive votes to get a feel for what works here.