Push and pop, Computer Engineering

Suupose a stack-oriented processor that haves the stack operations PUSH and POP.  Arithmetic operations automatically involve the top one or two stack elements.

Starting with an empty stack, what stack elements remain after the following instructions are implemented?

 

Instruction

Stack (top number on left of stack)

PUSH 4

 

PUSH 7

 

PUSH 8

 

ADD

 

PUSH 10

 

SUB

 

MUL

 

 

 

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