I was trying to solve a question on math.SE. I arrived at a solution whose validity I am not sure of. I do not wish to post it as an answer, even with caveats, as I believe it is ethically wrong to post a solution I am not even sure of. However, should I
post a new question (risk of duplicacy)
post my attempt with the caveats and let the community point out the dubious stuff in it? (downvotes, not posting "solution" but what I think is a solution)
post comment and expect a response?
For Further Details: The linked question is a definite integral. I tried solving by using the "differentiating under the integral sign" method. The thing is, I read that it is avoided in most texts because it is less of a method and more of a trick with various counter-examples and one had to tread carefully. Moreover, my answer seemed quiet different from what I get from mathematica, (i.e, when I do the indefinite integral and apply the funamental theorem of calculus manually. It sometimes work when mathematica wont budge over the definite integration). So I wish to know about the applicability of the method to this case, which would be my math.SE question.