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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi there :)

I'm currently looking at Higgs Branching ratios. The fermions are all behaving as expected from the Yukawa terms and producing results proportional to mass. I'm a bit confused however that my WW (and WW*) BRs are higher than ZZ (and ZZ*), I was expecting tem to be the other way around - what is causing this result? On a simular note, I am also finding higher cross sections for W's than Zs for Higgs production via both Bremstrahlung and WW, ZZ fusion.

Thank you very much in advance

I'm currently looking at Higgs Branching ratios. The fermions are all behaving as expected from the Yukawa terms and producing results proportional to mass. I'm a bit confused however that my WW (and WW*) BRs are higher than ZZ (and ZZ*), I was expecting tem to be the other way around - what is causing this result? On a simular note, I am also finding higher cross sections for W's than Zs for Higgs production via both Bremstrahlung and WW, ZZ fusion.

Thank you very much in advance