Is asking proof verification questions frowned upon here -- especially if one keeps asking such a type of question?
My concerns stems from the fact if the proof is correct, users merely post "verified" or some sort on the comments section. What is the incentive for the users who care about reputation points to check the work of another? It seems like they can only get points if the proof is incorrect(thus having to correct it), or show an alternative way of proving it.
In other forums it would be suggested that I take some course in some institution to ameliorate this "proof verification" issue; however, this is not always ideal, as even if I do, what if I do problems independently from those that are assigned by the instructor? Surely, I cannot pester him/her too much about verifying solutions to problems that were not assigned. It is also not uncommon for one to study an entire topic altogether with a text that does not have a solutions manual.