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If an answer is the conclusion of a user, not overtly sourced, but the sources it is developed from are sourced, is it appropriate/necessary to point out that the conclusion is unsourced?
The more information you can give about the conclusion(s) in your answer (who made them, when they made them, what led them there, etc.) the better. It's hard for me to imagine how extra information can hurt.