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I posted a one question on Math Stack Exchange, completed most of the process, but got stuck. Later, I figured it out and proved the question. Should I delete my post, finish the solution or Should I remove the question?

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    $\begingroup$ You can't prove a question, any more than you can eat an alphabet, or interrogate a sofa. You can prove a theorem, you can answer a question, but you can't prove a question. If you have been able to answer a question posted on mathstackexchange, you should post an answer as an answer, regardless of who posted the question. $\endgroup$ Feb 24 at 13:38

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This is not an uncommon experience which is exactly why we have the option to answer our own questions. I would recommend posting your solution as an answer to your question. This allows other people to learn from your work if they happen to have the same question.

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