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Explanation: you shouldn't seperate "diluted share" from "earnings per diluted share". "Earning per diluted share(=diluted earnings per share )" is a single term (vs, Earning per share).
Please see below explanination for diluted share.
Earnings per share, including common stock, preferred stock, unexercised stock options, unexercised warrants, and some convertible debt. In companies with a large amount of convertibles, warrants and stock options, diluted earnings per share are usually a more accurate measure of the company's real earning power than earnings per share.