\[ \begin{align}

& 2 \, 3 \,2 \,* \,+ \,3 \,* \\
= & 2 \, 6 \, + \, 3 \, * \\
= & 8 \, 3 \, * \\
= & 24 \\ \end{align} \]

The Martians have a different way to express addition and multiplication. Instead of writing the operator between the numbers, they write it beside them. For example, the above is how they would evaluate `2 3 2 * + 3 *`

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Which of the following is equivalent to: `3 2 5 * 7 3 * 9 * 5 2 * + + +`

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