For posts looking for feedback or verification of a proposed solution. This should not be the only tag for a question.
This tag should be used when you have a proposed solution to a problem that you want to have looked over by somebody else. It is useful for these questions to include an explanation for why the argument they present is not convincing enough. Further discussion on using this tag can be found in the Mathematics Meta post.
Answers to questions tagged [solution-verification] should look to first-and-foremost check that the solution is right. If the proposed solution is wrong, a good answer would explain where or how mistakes were made, and possibly give or sketch a correct solution instead.
If the proposed solution is correct, an answer would ideally provide further evidence to back the answerer's opinion. These could include a clearer rewriting of the given argument, alternative arguments, generalisations of the proven result, or careful consideration of unexpected subtle points. Users looking to write answers can find further discussion in this Mathematics Meta post.