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Mathematical formulas are usually expressed in what is known as infix notation, in which a binary operator appears between the operands.

Que. Mathematical formulas are usually expressed in what is known as infix notation, in which a binary operator appears between the operands. An alternative technique is known as reverse Polish, or postfix, notation, in which the operator follows its two operands. See Appendix E for more details. Convert the following formulas from reverse Polish to infix:

AB+C+D

AB/CD/+ ABCDE+××/ABCDE+F/+G−H/×+

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