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Convert the following infix expression into its equivalent post fix expression $ (A + B$^$ D) / (E – F) + G $

  1. $ABD$^ $+EF – / G+$
  2. $ABD + $^$EF – / G+$
  3. $ABD +$ ^$EF / – G+$
  4. $ABD$^ $+ EF / – G+$
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Answer : A

Given Expression is (A + B^D ) / (E - F) + G

first we look at precedence and associativity and a/c to that "()" has higher precedence among all operators so we are going to evaluate them first .Lets take this first  (A + B^D ) 

inside this again we have 2 operators one is "+" and other is "^" in which Exponentiation operator has higher precedence .so

it will evaluate it like this

A+ BD^  then  ABD^+ now let move to the second one which is (E - F)  it will be EF- till now we have 

ABD^+  / EF- + G

Now among both operators which has to be evaluated  "/" has higher precedence so we'll evaluate it first 

ABD^+EF- /+ G

now finally we are going to evaluate "+"  

Final Postfix expression will be ABD^+EF-/G+


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here \ will come after - please correct it.
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@leen please check once.
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 shekhar chauhan now,it is correct.yes

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Answer A

For the given expression , postfix notation is

ABD^+EF-/G+

I assume ^+ is merged to ^  in option A.

Hence A is the answer

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