## Note

In this book, the terms _light_ and _dark_ and their opposite, _light_ and _dark_, are used interchangeably. By light, we mean a color that has a lighter appearance and adds clarity and brightness to an image. Conversely, dark is a light with a darker, more somber appearance.

If you’re already familiar with basic image-editing software and are comfortable working in your graphics program with the different layers, you don’t need a Photoshop primer; however, knowing the basics of the new software is worthwhile. Check out Adobe’s website for tutorials, including tutorials for beginners in Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, and Adobe Audition (www.adobe.com). There are also general tutorials and explanations of the system that take you into the depth of the Photoshop interface. If you’re looking for a book on the basics of Photoshop Elements or other programs such as Paint Shop Pro, try our book, _Photoshop Elements All-in-One For Dummies,_ by Bill Odman.

## Photoshop for Designers: What’s New in Photoshop CS5?

If you have Adobe Photoshop you know that it has become a very powerful tool for professional designers and creative professionals around the world.

Adobe Photoshop isn’t cheap, however, so some would argue that it has become somewhat unwieldy in the hands of amateurs and advanced users. In this book, we look at many of the Photoshop CS5’s features in detail, some of which may be new to some users.

Here’s a list of the most useful and powerful features of Photoshop that you can use to master the art of editing photos.

Tips for Using Photoshop

How to Edit, Modify and Manipulate Photos in Photoshop

Resize Images

You can resize any image to make it look sharper and more detailed by resizing the pixels. You can resize an image horizontally or vertically.

To resize an image horizontally, first select an area of the image that you want to resize, then press Ctrl+T to resize the image.

To resize an image vertically, place the selection cursor near an edge of the image and press Shift+Ctrl+T.

Change the Image Size

Select an area of an image and press Ctrl+A to select all of that area. Then press Ctrl+L to enter the size conversion. You can choose a preset size such as 1450×1050 or 300×300. The size option will be displayed at the bottom of the Toolbox area.

To enter a custom size, enter the height and width number at the bottom of the Toolbox area.

Change the File Type

Select an image and press Ctrl+O to open the Open dialog box. Click on the file type (such as JPEG) in the list box and click Save.

To modify the file type, select the image and press Ctrl+T and select the File Type option in the Toolbox.

To adjust the image color, click on any visible color area, drag it to the image and release. You can adjust the Hue and Saturation.

Colorize an Image

Click on an area of the image and press Ctrl+E to open the Enhance menu. Select the Colorize option and select an appropriate color.

You can also use Photoshop’s Curves or Levels tool to correct an image’s overall brightness or contrast.

Remove Red Eye

Click on a person’s face and press Ctrl+E or select Edit → Red Eye Removal to remove the red eye effect.

Redefine and Modify Elements

Select the image area to modify the font, text, shape, border, or other visible elements.

Position an Image

Select an area of an image and press Ctrl+T to enter the Anchor Point menu. Select the Geometric option and enter the Anch
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A generalized root test with no real roots

I have the following question which is supposed to be solved using the Alternating tests.
Let $a,b,c \in \mathbb{R}$ be such that $ab(a-b)+(bc-ca)(c-a) eq0$. Consider the polynomial $f(x)=ax^2+bx+c$,
a) If $f$ has a real root, prove $ab(a-b)+(bc-ca)(c-a)=0$.
b) If $f$ has no real root, prove that $abc eq0$.
I have no idea how to approach this question. Thanks for help.

A:

In terms of the coefficients, the polynomial $f$ is $(a-b)^2+2(b-c)^2$.
If $ab(a-b)+(bc-ca)(c-a)$ is $0$ then so is $(a-b)^2+2(b-c)^2$.
We’re going to use the algebraic identity
$$(a-b)^2+(b-c)^2+(c-a)^2 = 3(ab+bc+ca)$$
(which comes from the Pythagorean Theorem).
This identity gives $f$ a coefficient $3abc$.
This is a contradiction, since it gives a real number, and $f$ is assumed to have no real roots.
Therefore, $ab(a-b)+(bc-ca)(c-a)$ cannot be $0$.
A minor remark: $\frac{abc}{a(a-b)+(bc-ca)(c-a)}$ is not real.

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