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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsIf the expression a b + c d + ⋅ in postfix notation is converted to infix notation, what is the result? b. Let ∑ = { 1 , 2 , * , / } and let L be the set of all strings over ∑ obtained by writing first a number (1 or 2), then a second number (1 or 2), which can be the same as the first one, and finally an operation (denoted * or /, where * indicates multiplication and /indicates division). Then L is a set of postfix, or reverse Polish, expressions. List all the elements of L between braces, and evaluate the resulting expressions.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 12.1, Problem 3ES

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If the expression

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*L *be the set of all strings over
*L *is a set of postfix, or reverse Polish, expressions. List all the elements of *L *between braces, and evaluate the resulting expressions.

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