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Step 1

Given: \(\frac{7}{\sqrt[4]{z}}\)

To simplify the expression, rationalize the denominator and simplify the radical in the denominator

So,

\(\frac{7}{\sqrt[4]{z}}=\frac{7 \times \sqrt[4]{z^3}}{\sqrt[4]{z} \times \sqrt[4]{z^3}}\)

\(=\frac{7\sqrt[4]{z^3}}{\sqrt[4]{z^4}}\)

\(=\frac{7 \sqrt[4]{z^3}}{z}\)

Hence, the simplification of the given expression is

\(\frac{7 \sqrt[4]{z^3}}{z}\)

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