Answer: k = 30, i = 11, j = 20
Operator of ++ has higher precedence than +.

Operator precedences in C/C++ have been listed below from highest to lowest.

Post ++ --, function call, array [], ->, ., pre ++ --, !, ~, unary -, +, 
address &, *(), sizeof(), new , delete, casting (type), .*, ->*, 
Multiplication *, division /, mod %, +, -, <<, >>, <, <=, 
>, >=, ==, !=, bitwise &, ^, |, &&, ||, ?:, &=, ^=, |=, comma

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