I'm a second year physics and second year mathematics student, who does lots of self-studying. I'm mostly very strict about the rigour of the mathematics that I'm doing, and this means I can spend hours just to clarify a single point in a single proof, and this generally leads me to write very clear and understandable (in my opinion) proofs at the end, and I can even stand to throw those proofs, for this keep them until the end of the semester :)
Since this is Q&A site, even thought for some theorems, there are really good answer, and complete proof, for most of the theorem that I'm looking, there is not much rigorous, clear and understandable proofs, (I mean sometimes even the notation is confusion although the theorem is quite basic).
Hence, I was thinking to post some questions (for example asking for a proof of a theorem) and then answer them with the proof that I have written, but is this an acceptable behaviour in this site ? is it in the rules of the site ? If so, do you have any suggestions for me to pay attention while doing that ?
Note: Of course the question is already has been asked, I can post my own proofs to those questions, but of course, sometimes, OP might ask for a specific thing in the proof or the answer that I would write might not a direct answer to that question.
Plus, sometimes I specifically want to know why is something not true, which for in the first take it looks to be true, so in those answer, I would clarify why something is not the case.