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Is it ok to only write down formulas in the detailed description but not in the figures?

“I've recently been told formulas themselves aren't patentable and therefore should be written down in the figures to show how they are part of the system.” This is a possibility garbled version of ...
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How can you view a granted and issued patent in the new USPTO system?

Not through the Patent Center; however, you can access the old interface which used to be accessible through Public Pair via https://patft.uspto.gov/ and view the patent there. In the quick version ...
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How can you view a granted and issued patent in the new USPTO system?

Nohow. The new USPTO system no longer shows the patent in the documents view only every other correspondence, but. The image version of the patent can only be downloaded once the patent is viewed ...
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How can I access the complete public record of a USPTO patent?

I always used the US Public Pair, but that is being discontinued. It is being replaced with USPTO Patent Center. You can search by application number, patent number, PCT number, publication number or ...
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Should a patent title be very narrow or very broad, or does it not matter?

For a utility patent in the US it doesn’t matter as long as it isn’t misleading. However in some other places it is not uncommon to be required to make a change to the title. If the title was “XYZ ...
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