It's generally agreed that asking multiple, weakly related questions in the same question is not a good idea.
What is the recommended action in this case? gnostradamus recommends voting to close, with a reason. That sounds reasonable. However, in this particular case the user is new and inexperienced, and I am a site moderator, so my vote will be binding. It's unlikely the original questioner would re-ask the three questions if it was shut. They got their answer(s), after all. Re-asking on their behalf seems like a non-starter - they wouldn't get alerts or rep, the context is lost for comments, I'd have some boring questions on my profile, etc. But leaving it as is is pretty useless for future searchers.
Three questions then, all related:
- Is vote to close the correct thing to do?
- Should moderators close, or be content with posting a comment?
- Should an "inverse-merge" mechanism exist, to allow moderators to split questions?