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How can I publish a theorem. I proved some of theorems in number theory. And I checked several times. It is right. I don't know where and how to get the credit of it. And I'm scared to tell anything about that outside. I'm a graduate in engineering. I'm having no contact with any of my college. I don't know what to do. PLease help!

Hello Shameem

Why not let me have a look at it. You don't say if this is a new theorem that no-one has arrived at before, or if it is a new way of proving a known theorem, or perhaps it is an application of a known theorem. You could also look on Wikipedia for something like it, and publish it there. A moderator would check if it was worth keeping.

Regards and best wishes

vijilant

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