* **Photo illustration** : The tools in this chapter help you manipulate color, tone, shapes, and other elements in a photograph, drawing, or image. For example, the Lasso tool lets you select only a part of an image and then adjust the color of that area. You can change the overall lightness, darken, or lighten that area or even paint with bright color. Other tools let you manipulate the overall effect of an image. For example, the Eraser tool is used to clean up overused and overbright areas, and the Clone Stamp tool can be used to erase unwanted areas in a digital photo. You can see these and other tools in action in the Compose Projects folder on the DVD.

Minnesota Vikings offensive line coach Tony Sparano is a hard man to dislike, and he’s become a fan favorite, which makes him the perfect candidate to take the Saints head coaching job next year if Sean Payton retires following the 2018 season. Saints fans are hoping Payton will get at least another year to build the team around Drew Brees but that’s not entirely going to be an option if he doesn’t want to. Sparano isn’t leaving the Vikings. He’s just not leaving the Vikings to follow Payton to the Saints, reports Mike Triplett of ESPN. Sparano might not want to go to New Orleans just because of his quarterback, Bridgewater, but it would be strange for him to leave Minnesota. The Vikings made him assistant head coach and offensive line coach and he’ll be back in those roles next year. Why leave a position he held for four seasons? If the Saints fire Payton after this season, they’d obviously have to interview a wide array of candidates because they won’t be able to put him out on the open market. The most obvious candidates are Teryl Austin, Gary Kubiak, Josh McDaniels and Mike Vrabel. The New England Patriots assistant coach seems like the most obvious choice because of his deep relationships with current Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins. Austin and Kubiak have strong ties to Brees and McDaniels would fit in well with the quarterback he’s developed. Sparano is a heck of a coach and is well respected and a great locker room presence.Leo Parsons Leo Parsons (1858 – June 7, 1924) was an American journalist and editor from the Boston area, who served as the editor of a number of newspapers, including the Sunday Register. Parsons graduated from Harvard College and joined the newspaper staff of the Boston Evening Transcript. He started the Western Chronicle, Boston; Massachusetts Chronicle, Boston; and Sunday Register. Parsons also wrote articles for The New York Times and The Boston Globe. In 1897, he was the manager of William Ward’s campaign for Congress in Massachusetts’s 6th congressional district. A member of the Knights of Columbus, Parsons was active in civic affairs and was president of the Metropolitan Club and the Hackensack Country Club. He married Josephine Whitney June 10, 1881, who died in 1926; they had two daughters, Ruth and

Q: Prove that $k$ be a positive integer$\implies$ $8k ot\mid 13$ Prove that $k$ is a positive integer $\implies$ $8k ot\mid 13$. Okay, I started by finding that $\frac{13}{8k} = 0.8k$. So, $13 = 0.8k$ $\implies$ $k \equiv 2 \pmod 4$ Since $k$ is a positive integer $\implies$ $k = 4k$ or $k = 4k + 1$. $\implies$ $2k = 1 \implies k = 1 \implies k \equiv 1 \pmod 4$ How do I finish this one? A: HINT $\$ By $\,8\,$-adic valuation \begin{eqnarray} 13 \,& =\, & 8k + 1 \\ 1\,& =\, &8k + 1\ \ (\!\!\!\!\!\!\ \mbox{mod} \ 2) \\ \begin{eqnarray} &\, \Rightarrow\, &1\,&\equiv\,&8k + 1\ \ (\!\!\!\!\!\!\ \mbox{mod} \ 2^2) \\ &\, \Rightarrow\, &1\,&\equiv\,&2^2 \cdot 8k + 1\ \ (\!\!\!\!\!\!\ \mbox{mod} \ 2^3) \\ &\, \Rightarrow\, &1\,&\equiv\,&2^2 \cdot 8k + 2\ \ (\!\!\!\!\!\!\ \mbox{mod} \ 2^3) \\ &\, \Rightarrow\, &1\,&\equiv\,&2^2 \cdot 8k + 2\ (\!\!\!\!\!\!\ \mbox{mod} \ 2^4) \\ &\, \Rightarrow\, &1\,&\equiv\,&2^4\cdot