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**On Windows, use Windows Explorer to access the main Photoshop image file directory, so you can open and save images from anywhere.** This is useful for keeping your projects organized. You can also use a text editor or word processor that allows you to save and open documents on your computer. In most word processors, there are templates that simplify the design process.

Photos I Take

Your original photos are stored on a computer. In most cases, the computer is attached to a monitor, and the image appears onscreen. However, you should have a backup copy of your files in a location other than your computer. You can use an external hard drive, portable CD or DVD drive, online cloud storage such as Dropbox or Google Drive, or any other backup device.

Here are some reasons for having a backup:

* **File corruption or hard drive failure:** You can’t be sure that your entire hard drive is going to work the next time you turn on your computer or connect a backup medium. A sudden power interruption can damage your files.
* **Software failure:** Corrupted files can create a fatal problem when you open those files the next time you launch Photoshop. It’s a good idea to back up your files regularly, even if you don’t see any problems.
* **Scary new features:** After you use new features in your photos, you may want a safe copy of your original files. For example, if you ever want to edit your photos in Photoshop Touch, your original files are safe because they’re in Photoshop CS6. However, because of the exclusive look of Photoshop Touch, some people may want to replicate their graphics in Photoshop CS6.

Keeping an extra copy of a file on another device, such as a portable hard drive, ensures that you won’t lose the original image. You may want to change your backup system depending on your needs. For example, if you edit your photos on a small device, such as a smartphone, you probably want to have a backup on your smartphone, and if you edit them on a larger screen, you probably want a larger device such as a tablet or a laptop that keeps the image safely on a hard drive. Of course, if you’re backing up photos on a computer that’s running, you need a backup medium such as a removable hard drive or a large flash drive.

In addition to storing copies of the original files, you may want to create a backup of your Photoshop files.

Saving JPEGs

You can save a new image in the JPEG file format by pressing Control + Shift + S (C ⌘S). The file name must start with ‘#’ (the file extension can be.jpg).

You can also save a new image to the Camera Raw folder by going to Image ➤ Adjustments ➤ Camera Raw ➤ Open Camera Raw Profile (or press CMD+ Shift+ C). Then you can use the Open dialog to browse your computer for a JPEG file.

Saving PNGs

You can save a new image in the PNG file format by pressing Command + Shift + S (CMD ⌘S). The file name must start with ‘#’ (the file extension can be.png).

You can also save a new image to the Camera Raw folder by going to Image ➤ Adjustments ➤ Camera Raw ➤ Open Camera Raw Profile (or press CMD+ Shift+ C). Then you can use the Open dialog to browse your computer for a PNG file.

Saving TIFFs

You can save a new image in the TIFF file format by pressing Command + Shift + S (CMD ⌘S). The file name must start with ‘#’ (the file extension can be.tiff).

You can also save a new image to the Camera Raw folder by going to Image ➤ Adjustments ➤ Camera Raw ➤ Open Camera Raw Profile (or press CMD+ Shift+ C). Then you can use the Open dialog to browse your computer for a TIFF file.

Saving CMYK JPEGs

You can save a new image in the CMYK JPEG file format by pressing Control + Shift + S (C ⌘S). The file name must start with ‘#’ (the file extension can be.jpg).

You can also save a new image to the Camera Raw folder by going to Image ➤ Adjustments ➤ Camera Raw ➤ Open Camera Raw Profile (or press CMD+ Shift+ C). Then you can use the Open dialog to browse your computer for a CMYK JPEG file.

Saving AVI/TIFFs

You can save a new image in the AVI/TIFF file format by pressing Command +
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Q:

if $f(z) = z^2$, $z\in\mathbb{C}$, then $f(0) = 0$

I’m having trouble with this problem:
Let $f:\mathbb{C} \to \mathbb{C}$ be a complex differentiable function such that $f(z) = z^2$, $z\in \mathbb{C}$. Prove that $f(0) = 0$.
If $f(0)=0$, we can conclude that $\frac{\partial{f}}{\partial{x}} (0) = 0$ and $\frac{\partial{f}}{\partial{y}} (0) = 0$. This implies that: $\left( \frac{\partial{f}}{\partial{x}} (0) = \frac{\partial{f}}{\partial{y}} (0)\right)$ and $\left( \frac{\partial^2{f}}{\partial{x^2}}(0) = \frac{\partial^2{f}}{\partial{y^2}}(0)\right)$ since $f$ is twice diffrentiable at $0$. So, if we call $\alpha$ and $\beta$ the real numbers such that $f(0) = (0,\alpha)$, $f$ is twice differentiable at $0$ with: $\displaystyle \frac{\partial{f}}{\partial{x}} (0) = \alpha$ and $\displaystyle \frac{\partial{f}}{\partial{y}} (0) = \beta$. I think this means that $f$ is smooth at $0$, but I’m not sure.
So I need to write $\displaystyle f(z) = f(0) + \alpha z + \beta z^2$ and prove that this function is differentiable at $0$ to conclude that $f(0) = 0$.
I’m not sure how to approach this question since I don’t have any information about the constants $\alpha$ and $\beta$. I’d appreciate some guidance on how to proceed.
Thanks!

A:

So if you have $z^2$, you can use the chain rule to rewrite this as:
$$\frac{\partial{f}}{\partial{z}}(z)=2z$$
Now different

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