The question was closed with the "other" reason, and the following comment was left as a hint:
Questions shall demonstrate at least a minimum understanding of the problem being solved.
This is somewhat understandable, since there are some problems with the posing of the question, that would probably require digging deeper into basic chemistry, explaining first acid-base and then redox chemistry, essentially making the question too broad.
To extend a little more: In the first part, you are mixing acid-base chemistry with redox chemistry. While there are reducing and oxidating acids or bases, this in no way a property that can be assigned to every single one.
In the second reaction, there is a misunderstanding: nothing is getting reduced or oxidised. You can check that with assigning oxidation numbers to each side and see that none of them change. This basically renders this part unanswerable.
The question simply asks too much, and you can see that by the answers that were given. They focus only on one part each. They also did not gain any votes, as they are rather short and somewhat vague since the question itself is not very focused.