Five months ago I asked

Conjecture: Any odd integer $k>1$ has a partition $m+n,\,m,n>0,$ such that $m^2+n$ > is a prime.

and a few days ago it was closed, which I noticed only because there also was a down vote.

Is there a way for me to view all closed questions of mine? So I can respond to it?


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You can search for user:me closed:1; the Stack Exchange search engine will automatically convert the me into your user ID.

There's no way on the main site to sort them and have the most recently closed ones shown first. For that, you'd need the Stack Exchange Data Explorer. This query does that; you do need to enter your own user ID (171248), and it will show you the results:

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Note that SEDE is updated once a week, on Sunday morning.


Try user:171248 closed:1. The number 171248 is your user number which can be found in the URL of your profile.


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