Assuming this is some kind of homework and you want to do it yourself..
I did this once, you need a stack
So what you do for the example is:
parse what to do? Stack looks like
( push it onto the stack (
5 push 5 (, 5
+ push + (, 5, +
2 push 2 (, 5, +, 2
) evaluate until ( 7
* push * 7, *
7 push 7 +7, *, 7
eof evaluate until top 49
The symbols like "5" or "+" can just be stored as strings or simple objects, or you could store the + as a +() object without setting the values and set them when you are evaluating.
I assume this also requires an order of precedence, so I'll describe how that works.
in the case of: 5 + 2 * 7
you have to push 5 push + push 2 next op is higher precedence so you push it as well, then push the three. When you encounter either a ) or the end of file or an operator with lower or equal precedence you start calculating the stack to the previous ( or the beginning of the file.
Because your stack now contains 5 + 2 * 7, when you evaluate it you pop the 2 * 7 first and push the resulting *(2,7) node onto the stack, then once more you evaluate the top three things on the stack (5 + *node) so the tree comes out correct.
If it was ordered the other way: 5 * 2 + 7, you would push until you got to a stack with "5 * 2" then you would hit the lower precedence + which means evaluate what you've got now. You'd evaluate the 5 * 2 into a *node and push it, then you'd continue by pushing the + and 3 so you had *node + 7, at which point you'd evaluate that.
This means you have a "highest current precedence" varaible that is storing a 1 when you push a +/-, a 2 when you push a * or / and a 3 for "^". This way you can just test the variable to see if your next operator's precedence is < = your current precedence.
if ")" is considered priority 4 you can treat it as other operators except that it removes the matching "(", a lower priority would not.