I also need some verification.
If I read this correctly, it means that your question is in part about the correctness of the solution that you have. If so, then the purported solution should be a part of the question, since it is something you are asking about. And even if you are confident in the solution and just want to know if there are better ones, the solution should still be a part of the question, because one has to read it to know what "better" means.
There are other considerations:
- Subscribers of RSS feeds such as
newest questions will see your question but not the answer you posted to it.
- Those who filter for questions without answers will not see a question to which an answer is posted at once.
If the solution is found to be correct, and no better ones were offered, you may want to move it from the question to an answer, and accept that answer.
I just wanna see more solutions, and more related materials, and more ...
No problem, as long as you manage to keep the question focused (otherwise it may be found to be too broad). For example, "I want to see more materials related to evaluation of integrals" would probably be too broad.