As mentioned, this has come up before, and the answer is that just asking a bunch of questions until we graduate isn't going to work, although I very much appreciate you caring enough to make this commitment!
For starters, graduating doesn't magically change anything as far as how the site progresses. If we push to ask questions until we graduate, then once we graduate, we will be a graduated site that probably isn't getting enough questions.
But realistically, boosting our questions/day alone isn't going to even likely to result in us graduating.
There are other considerations that will factor in to our graduation.
As I mentioned above, the "Avid Users" stat is of questionable value by itself, since quite a few of our top users by reputation simply are not active on this site anymore. In fact, 2 of our top 5 haven't been to the site in over a year. This is not going to escape the notice of the SE team, nor should it.
Another factor is how the loss of privileges will impact our site. Remember: the reputation requirement to unlock privileges is drastically reduced for beta sites. If we were to graduate now, we'd have a total of 14 users with sufficient reputation to case close votes.
Only 9 users have enough reputation to edit tag wikis
Only 2 users (both of us currently moderators) have enough reputation to access the moderator tools.
IMO, that's not really sufficient to have the community police itself.
Which brings us to one of the unsung weaknesses we're experiencing:
We get high reputation users by voting on quality content. The more votes people receive, the more they can help out, and the more they are encouraged to participate.
Now go through our highest reputation users, and check how many votes they've cast. We have top users who have voted less than 50 times. We only have 12 people on the site who have voted 300 times or more.
Compare that to travel.se, which recently graduated from beta: they have 32 users who have voted 300 times or more. They also have 10 users with 10k rep, and 22 with over 5k.
I'm not saying this to criticize anyone. People should only vote for content that they consider quality. But in the context of "what do we need to do to graduate?", this is a big area where we fall short, but which isn't directly reflected in the Area 51 results.
To borrow from another beta site that has had similar discussions, we can't underestimate the importance of voting.
So, yes, ask more questions, but more importantly, vote and promote: upvote content that you think is useful (even if you personally disagree!), and promote the site by sharing our quality content with people who don't participate.