We summarize here the blessed results for the measurement of the ratio of branching fractions:
Figure 1: Invariant mass of D^{+} &pi^{}. The D^{+} is reconstructed from the decay D^{+} &rarr K^{} &pi^{+} &pi^{+}. The red curve is the result of a fit to a signal and background model. Various misreconstructed backgrounds from Bmeson and &Lambda_{b}^{0} decays are indicated by the filled histograms.(EPS) 
Figure 2: Invariant mass of K^{}&pi^{+} &pi^{+}. The red curve is the result of a fit to a signal and background model. Misreconstructed backgrounds are indicated by the filled histograms. All events in the distribution contain a muon which has an impact parameter, with respect to the beam line, larger than 120 microns. (EPS) 
Figure 3: Invariant mass of D^{*+}&pi^{}. The D^{*+} is reconstructed from the decay D^{*+} &rarr D^{0} &pi^{+}, D^{0} &rarr K^{} &pi^{+}. The red curve is the result of a fit to a signal and background model. Various misreconstructed backgrounds from Bmeson decays are indicated by the filled histograms. (EPS) 
Figure 4: Invariant mass difference M(K^{}&pi^{+}&pi^{+})  M(K^{}&pi^{+}). The red curve is the result of a fit to a signal and background model. All events in the distribution contain a muon which has an impact parameter, with respect to the beam line, larger than 120 microns. (EPS) 
Figure 5: Invariant mass of &Lambda_{c}^{+}&pi^{}. The red curve is the result of a fit to a signal and background model. Backgrounds from other Bhadron decays are indicated by the filled histograms. (EPS) 
Figure 6: Invariant mass of p K^{} &pi^{+}. The red curve is the result of a fit to a signal and background model. All events in the distribution contain a muon which has an impact parameter, with respect to the beam line, larger than 120 microns. (EPS) 
Figure 7: Invariant mass difference, M(&Lambda_{c}^{+} &pi^{+} &pi^{})  M(&Lambda_{c}^{+}), for &Lambda_{c}^{+} events containing a muon which has an impact parameter, with respect to the beam line, larger than 120 microns. Peaks for both the &Lambda_{c}(2595)^{+} (lower delta M) and the &Lambda_{c}(2625)^{+} (higher delta M) are evident. (EPS) 
Figure 8: Invariant mass difference, M(&Lambda_{c}^{+} &pi^{})  M(&Lambda_{c}^{+}), for &Lambda_{c}^{+} events containing a muon which has an impact parameter, with respect to the beam line, larger than 120 microns. A peak for the &Sigma_{c}(2455)^{0} is evident. (EPS) 
Figure 9: Invariant mass difference, M(&Lambda_{c}^{+} &pi^{+})  M(&Lambda_{c}^{+}), for &Lambda_{c}^{+} events containing a muon which has an impact parameter, with respect to the beam line, larger than 120 microns. A peak for the &Sigma_{c}(2455)^{++} is evident. (EPS) 
Figure 10: Comparison of the B^{0} and &Lambda_{b}^{0} Pt spectra measured in data (top) and ratio of Pt(&Lambda_{b})/Pt(B^{0}) (bottom). The B^{0} spectrum was normalize to the area of the &Lambda_{b} spectrum. The ratio indicates that the Pt(&Lambda_{b}) distribution is softer (more events at lower Pt) than the Pt(B^{0}) distribution. (EPS) 
Figure 16: Ratio of branching fractions for B^{0} &rarr D^{+} modes for various subsets of the data. The band represents the result from the full data sample. All uncertainties are statistical only. (EPS) 
Figure 17: Ratio of branching fractions for B^{0} &rarr D^{*+} modes for various subsets of the data. The band represents the result from the full data sample. All uncertainties are statistical only. (EPS) 
Figure 18: Ratio of branching fractions for &Lambda_{b} &rarr &Lambda_{c}^{+} modes for various subsets of the data. The band represents the result from the full data sample. All uncertainties are statistical only. (EPS) 
Table 1:
Summary of statistical and systematic uncertainties for
B^{0} to D^{+} and B^{0} to D^{*+}
ratio of branching ratio measurements.
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PDF
TEX
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Table 2:
Summary of statistical and systematic uncertainties for
&Lambda_{b}^{0} ratio of branching ratio measurement.
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PDF
TEX
)
