h7/3-h14/3

 

A.  h4.  B.  35/9.  h2.  D.  35/3.   Please help.
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None of the options. Check your question.

Did you mean (h^(7/3))(h^(14/3)), this is h^(7/3+14/3)=h^(21/3)=h⁷. None of the given answers.

As it stands the answer is (h^(7/3))(1-h^(7/3)), none of the given answers.

Or, perhaps, h⁷/3-h¹⁴/3=(h⁷/3)(1-h⁷), none of the given answers.

If you mean (h^(7/3))÷(h^(14/3)), this is h^(7/3-14/3)=h^(-7/3)=1/(h^(7/3), none of the given answers.

If you mean ((h⁷)/3)((h¹⁴)/3), this is (h²¹)/9, none of the given answers.

If you mean ((h⁷)³)(h¹⁴/3), this is h²¹(h¹⁴/3)=h³⁵/3, close to answer D.

So what did you mean?

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