Kindly, don't hide my this legal inquiry like so many other topics of mine that had been hidden in so many mathematical sections at SE where not a single convincing reason was provided by all the moderators who deliberately have hidden so many other true proven discoveries of mine and since many years as well
Nobody has hidden any true discoveries of yours. ...
Here's my rule of thumb for being on-topic:
Can this Question be resolved by reasoned mathematical argument?
Your post (on main Math.SE) ends with the following words:
So what am I doing wrong?
Do I need to store it as a float so that all the digits are right of the decimal point? Do I need a special library (like Brobdingnag in R) to handle ...
Potential to cite later = proof you were first.
Questions and Answers no longer are creators property by site decorum.
Copyright notice, is a way to be marked as spam as you're simply avertizing your own services.
If the answer was simply a rant, like your comments, it has potential to be marked as not an answer.
If you don't believe the ...
the omission made the question trivial, and
you didn't see it within a few minutes
it is probably better to ask a different question. If there were only one answer, an option would also be to ask for the opinion of the answerer whether they mind updating their answer. When looking for examples of some phenomenon such an update may not tax the ...
A cursory search shows that such questions have been well-received in the past: Posts containing "exercises". As Roddy MacPhee suggests, almost all of these use the reference-request tag. It seems that the community tacitly approves. I like the idea as well.
A successful "exercises" question seems to be "give me a place to find exercises," not just "give me ...