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# **3D**

Although Photoshop CS6 lacks 3D capabilities, as I discuss in the following sections, there are several other 3D editing applications available for use with the Creative Suite. I also briefly mention 3D tools that are part of the free downloadable bundle apps.

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Since the release of Photoshop Elements 13, Adobe has released Photoshop Express, a cloud service similar to Adobe Stock but also compatible with the Creative Cloud. This article will show you how to view and edit images within Photoshop Express.

Today I will show you how to install Photoshop Express in both macOS High Sierra and macOS Mojave and set up a free PS account. Follow these steps to start a free trial of Adobe Photoshop Express. (Note: Free trials for Photoshop Elements are available in the macOS app store, but those are limited to one time use and are not available for macOS High Sierra and macOS Mojave.)

Step 1: Installing Photoshop Express and Setup A Photoshop Account

If you are already signed in to Photoshop Express, you can skip this step. If you are using the Free Trial version, you can skip this step.

Step 2: Install Adobe Photoshop Express

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If you don’t have Photoshop Elements installed, open the App Store app on your Mac. Click on App Store. Scroll down and tap on Photoshop Elements, and then click Install. After installation, you will see Photoshop Elements listed in the App Store app.

The Welcome screen is the main screen and interface for Photoshop Express. It provides a new account, quick access to your Creative Cloud, and a large search menu.

When you first open Photoshop Express, you can see the «Main» group by default. This group contains the groups listed below. These groups can be customized at a later point in time.

Main • Homeplace • New
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Q:

Number of concatenations needed to make the natural numbers in this grid

My question is based on the following problem I saw on the NRB contest

The following numbers are made of squares and pentagonal
pieces as shown.

$1, 13, 101, 413, 1024, 4051, 13225, 39102, 120415, 358922, 1152919, 3318019, 11788761, 36452432, 127893795, 447815756$
$0, 3, 25, 141, 689, 2653, 10649, 42381, 163225, 558512, 2028201, 6744523, 22498321, 72798556, 243816347, 809229906$
I would like to know whether these numbers are actually all that are made of $2 \times 2$ squares and $5 \times 5$ pentagons. And the answer is: they are all the numbers made of $2 \times 2$ squares and $5 \times 5$ pentagons, but it can be done using a lot of work.
(I found these numbers using a computer algorithm that works by enumerating all numbers made of $5 \times 5$ pentagons and $2 \times 2$ squares with the constraints that they must be less than $10000$.)
It seems like the answer is that there are less numbers in the second line and some other proof is still left, but I failed to see how it is possible.

A:

I was recently dealing with a similar problem (in fact, a minor variation on it, namely enumerating all possible ways to paint a board with a fixed set of pentagonal and triangular tiles using as few different colours as possible), and it turns out that the problem is, in fact, an example of a general construction called the «sweepline». It is important to realise, though, that this is not as straightforward as it may appear at first glance; indeed, there are lots of optimisation criteria which can be applied when determining the optimal solution for a given board.
In this particular problem, I came up with a solution that was based on a combination of counting arguments and enumeration using a quick-and-dirty combinatorial argument. The relevant paper is due to Laszlo Fajtlowicz (written in Hungarian and, sadly, as far as I can tell

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