* **Photoshop Express**. This free trial version of Photoshop is limited to editing RAW photos.

There are three Photoshop versions: A: CS is available for all editions of Adobe’s Creative Suite, A: CS3, for users with the CS3 edition of Adobe’s Creative Suite; B: CS is available for all editions of Adobe’s Creative Suite, B: CS2, for users with the CS2 edition of Adobe’s Creative Suite; and C: CS6 is available for all editions of Creative Suite 6, for users with the CS6 edition of Adobe’s Creative Suite. Your version is indicated in the upper-left corner of the Photoshop screen: _X.X_ if you have CS, _X.X.X_ if you have CS3, or _X.X.X.X_ if you have CS6.

The following steps walk you through a tour of the interface for Photoshop CS6.

To launch Photoshop, press Ctrl+U ( +U for the Mac). When you see the Photoshop splash screen (Figure 16-1, top left), choose Edit→Preferences to open the Preferences dialog box. In the Preferences dialog box, click General (Figure 16-1, top right).

On the General tab, choose Open an Existing Document to launch Photoshop with the document you want to edit open.

Figure 16-1. From the Photoshop splash screen (top left), open the Preferences dialog box (top right). In the dialog box, choose General (bottom left) to start the tour of Photoshop’s features (top left). The General tab (bottom left) is the heart of Photoshop.

* **Opening an Existing Document**. The Open an Existing Document option opens Photoshop with the first document you opened last time, the last document you opened, or the document that’s currently open. If you’re working with a document that isn’t opened, it’s the first option.

The following is a beginner’s guide to using Photoshop Elements.

New To Elements? Follow These Simple Steps to Get Started!

2. If you are using a Mac, open System Preferences and select App Store. In the upper right corner, click „Manage Downloads”.

3. Download the „Adobe Photoshop Elements App” from the App Store. It will be categorized as „Photoshop Elements for Mac”.

5. Start using Elements! Visit the „Your Photos” tab, and click on the image you wish to work on.

The easiest way to use Photoshop Elements is to upload an image and then apply a series of commands to the image.

The following steps show you how to take a photo, fix exposure, color balance, brightness and contrast, and then sharpen an image.

Follow these steps to use Photoshop Elements:

1. Pick an image.

2. Select the Image tool from the tool bar.

3. Position the image over the area you wish to work on.

4. Click and drag to place your cursor over the area you want to work on.

5. You can adjust the tool in a variety of ways:

Use the double-click to zoom in on the area you want to work on.

Drag the left and right handles to adjust the photo.

Drag the top and bottom handles to adjust the area of the image.

Click and drag the left and right handles to pan around the image.

Click and drag the top and bottom handles to pan around the image.

Click and drag the handles on either side of the cursor to select the image.

You can also zoom in and out of the image via the magnifying glass icon.

6. You have now selected a section of the image. In the „Image” tab of the Elements window, click the leftmost icon on the main window bar.

7. This icon is the black square with a red arrow. This makes Elements change the active layer to the layer you selected in Step 5.

8. In the „Select” tab of the Elements window, click the icon in the upper left.
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1. Technical Field
The present invention relates to a heating device.
2. Related Art
A known heating device with a heat exchanger is one that includes a heat exchanger having a refrigerant circuit for circulating a refrigerant, a heating resistance unit arranged in the heat exchanger, a heating part (heater) provided in a housing for setting the heat exchanger at a desired temperature by supplying electric power to the heating resistance unit, and a fan that is arranged inside the housing and causes air to flow in the housing (refer to Japanese Unexamined Patent Application Publication No. 2010-235907).
The heating part is a means for transmitting a heat generated by the heating resistance unit to air, the heat being radiated from the heating resistance unit. The heating resistance unit is a device having a heat generator for generating heat and a heating circuit for causing the heat to be transferred to the air and generating heat. The heat generating element is a PTC element or the like that is connected to the heating circuit.
The fan is a means for promoting heat transfer from the heating part to the air. The fan has a plurality of blades, and the blades are rotated to spread air in the heat exchanger.
In a heating device described in Japanese Unexamined Patent Application Publication No. 2010-235907, the heat generating element is arranged on an inner wall surface of the heat exchanger.
In a heating device described in Japanese Unexamined Patent Application Publication No. 2010-235907, the heat generating element is arranged in the heat exchanger. Thus, if the heat generating element is broken in use, the breakage is likely to occur in the heat exchanger.Q:

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I have a table with 2 columns. one is varchar(100) and the other is a timestamp
I want to check that the value of the timestamp is before or after a certain time, and if so, then insert a record to another table.
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Q:

Find coefficients for an equation, $f(x)=g(x)$ where $f(x), g(x)\in \mathbb{R}[x]$

Given the following exercise from Hoffman & Kunze’s Introduction to Linear Algebra (which I’ve also asked here):

Given the following equation $f(x)=g(x)$ where $f(x), g(x)\in \mathbb{R}[x]$, find the coefficients $c_0, c_1,…$ for the general solution $ax+b$.

I have absolutely no clue how to solve this. My intuition has led me to believe that I need the characteristic polynomial for the linear operator $L$, say $\lambda^3-3\lambda^2+\lambda+1$, but even then I am completely lost.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thank you.

A:

First note that $ax+b=0$ iff $ax+b = (ax+b)f(x) = g(x)f(x)$.
We can now use the standard machinery for solving an equation of degree three:

A:

It is not true that $ax+b=0$ iff $ax+b = (ax+b)f(x)=g(x)f(x)$.
Consider the following:
$ax+b=0$ $\implies ax+b= (ax+b)f(x)=g(x)f(x)$
Does $ax+b=0$ imply that $ax+b=0$ if $f(x)=0$? Yes, it does. Then why isn’t it true that $ax+b=0$ if $f(x)=0$ implies that $ax+b=(ax+b)f(x)=0$? Sure the statements are equivalent but the truth values of the statements are not. The second statement is false because „implies” is a semantic operator, not an algebraic one.
So how is this relevant? This is because $ax+b=0$ and $ax+b=g(x)f(x)$ imply that $ax+b=g(x)f(x)=0$; the two statements are equilval

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