I'm a computer programmer, and sometimes it happens that I create a framework for an abstract area of mathematics - mostly for fun, sometimes semi-professionally. Before I can use this framework, I have to know if my algorithms work correctly. Problem is, I'm not a mathematician, and I don't know how to verify my algorithm. However, if I post the results here, experienced mathematicians may be able to tell if it's right or not immediately. Are these kind of questions acceptable?
Example: Recently, I created a framework for group-theory, and specifically, a function that generates cycle graphs. The cycle graphs look OK for small groups, I could check them on Wikipedia, or WolframAlpha. But when it comes to larger groups, say $S_7$, the output was more complicated than I had expected, and I have no idea, whether it's beacuse my program failed to simplify something, or the math is actually more complicated. I couldn't find pictures of this graph on the internet. Is it OK to post the picture here and ask if it is indeed the right cycle graph?
The biggest problem with these questions is that they are not very constructive to others, and the answer is probably a simple one-liner: "Yes, it is correct.".
Note: The questions wouldn't have any code in them, only the mathematical result, that is why I think they are more appropriate here than a programming site, such as SO.