ExplanationWe know that \(p^\Diamond = p + \frac{1}{P}\). So putting \(p = \frac{2}{7}\) we get

\(\frac{2}{7}^\Diamond = \frac{2}{7} + \frac{7}{2} \approx 3.79\).

Now the question asks the value of \((p^\Diamond)^\Diamond\) so putting p = 3.79 into the expression we get

\((3.79)^\Diamond \approx 4.05\).

Se we can write \((\frac{2}{7}^\Diamond)^\Diamond \approx 4.05\).

Hence Quantity A is greater.
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