Would it not be much better if you could ask
How could I verify solutions to problems like these?
instead of "Please verify my solution"? Because that is what I would do, for the following reasons:
- There are many tools like simulation tools, scientific computing softwares which you can use to verify your solution/design. A search using a search engine can reveal what tools are used.
- Choosing the right technique/methodology to verify a problem may not always be obvious, and would depend on the type of problem.
- Verification is an important part of engineering, and gaining the skill of verifying your designs (or someone else's design) would definitely be an asset.
- You are less likely to find a complete stranger on the internet willing to verify your solution for you, for free. On the other hand, I would be happy to suggest techniques for you to verify your solution, depending on the problem you are solving. This would also be much more useful than verifying your solution for you.
Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime
This is a famous quote. Once you learn the art of verifying your solutions, debugging and troubleshooting you would not have to upload them on Stack Exchange sites and wait for someone to do it for you. We can help you with suggestions for verifying, debugging and troubleshooting. This skill can be acquired through practice.