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Degree: Computer Science (Masters) - Bristol University
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Hi, I'm Nick and I study Computer Science at the University of Bristol. I love all aspects of Computing and the Maths and Physics that go hand in hand with the subject. I have taught games development classes at secondary school and I really enjoy engaging with students on various topics.
I look forward to teaching you!
|Computing||A Level||£20 /hr|
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|Maths||A Level||£20 /hr|
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Kam (Parent) September 28 2015
Reverse Polish Notation (or RPN) is simply a different mathematical way of laying out equations, take for example the expression:
The layout is <First number> <Operator> <Second Number>, in computing we usually refer to the numbers as 'Operands' - another name for this layout is 'infix'. RPN lays out expressions with the Operands first and the Operator later. So our expression becomes:
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