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No. You are not allowed to do that.


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I don't think that you should answer your own question if you aren't sure if you are correct (without stating that it could be wrong). I also don't think that you should delete your question because someone could be in the middle of typing it or stumble upon the problem and use your previously done work to help them. I think if you want to attract attention ...


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There is no (term/phrase/name) for the (idea/object) you're describing This one is for questions that are like "Here's this mathematical object. Is there a common name for such a thing?" No, no such thing exists. I'm posting this CW answer so that users who confidently concur that the answer to the question is "No" have an answer to ...


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Yes, your thoughts/proof is correct Because there are a bunch of proof-verification type questions where the OP's proof is absolutely correct, and users have said and upvoted this fact in the comments. Yes, this is correct. I'm posting this CW answer so that users who confidently concur have something to vote on, and so this question doesn't ...


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