CMSTOP22006 ; CERNEP2023124  
Search for physics beyond the standard model in top quark production with additional leptons in the context of effective field theory  
CMS Collaboration  
28 July 2023  
JHEP 12 (2023) 068  
Abstract: A search for new physics in top quark production with additional finalstate leptons is performed using data collected by the CMS experiment in protonproton collisions at $ \sqrt{s}= $ 13 TeV at the LHC during 20162018. The data set corresponds to an integrated luminosity of 138 fb$ ^{1} $. Using the framework of effective field theory (EFT), potential new physics effects are parametrized in terms of 26 dimensionsix EFT operators. The impacts of EFT operators are incorporated through the eventlevel reweighting of Monte Carlo simulations, which allows for detectorlevel predictions. The events are divided into several categories based on lepton multiplicity, total lepton charge, jet multiplicity, and btagged jet multiplicity. Kinematic variables corresponding to the transverse momentum ($ p_{\mathrm{T}} $) of the leading pair of leptons and/or jets as well as the $ p_{\mathrm{T}} $ of onshell Z bosons are used to extract the 95% confidence intervals of the 26 Wilson coefficients corresponding to these EFT operators. No significant deviation with respect to the standard model prediction is found.  
Links: eprint arXiv:2307.15761 [hepex] (PDF) ; CDS record ; inSPIRE record ; HepData record ; Physics Briefing ; CADI line (restricted) ; 
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Figure 1:
Example Feynman diagrams illustrating Wilson coefficients from each of the categories listed in Table 1. From left to right, the diagrams show vertices associated with the $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$, $c_{\mathrm{t\ell}}^{(\ell)}$, $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{11}$, and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$. 
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Figure 1a:
Example Feynman diagrams illustrating Wilson coefficients from each of the categories listed in Table 1. From left to right, the diagrams show vertices associated with the $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$, $c_{\mathrm{t\ell}}^{(\ell)}$, $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{11}$, and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$. 
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Figure 1b:
Example Feynman diagrams illustrating Wilson coefficients from each of the categories listed in Table 1. From left to right, the diagrams show vertices associated with the $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$, $c_{\mathrm{t\ell}}^{(\ell)}$, $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{11}$, and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$. 
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Figure 1c:
Example Feynman diagrams illustrating Wilson coefficients from each of the categories listed in Table 1. From left to right, the diagrams show vertices associated with the $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$, $c_{\mathrm{t\ell}}^{(\ell)}$, $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{11}$, and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$. 
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Figure 1d:
Example Feynman diagrams illustrating Wilson coefficients from each of the categories listed in Table 1. From left to right, the diagrams show vertices associated with the $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$, $c_{\mathrm{t\ell}}^{(\ell)}$, $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{11}$, and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$. 
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Figure 2:
Summary of the event selection categorization. The details for the selection requirements are described in Sections 5.15.3. 
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Figure 3:
Example Feynman diagram illustrating how the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{31}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{38}$ WCs can impact the processes in 3 $ \ell $ categories with two b quarks and an onshell Z boson. These two WCs are a part of the $ \textrm{2hq2lq} $ group, but unlike the other WCs in this group, these two WCs are associated with operators that have vertices involving a top and bottom quark pair, as pictured in the figure. 
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Figure 4:
The categories shown in these plots are 2 $ \ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} $ and 2 $ \ell\text{ss }3\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 4{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 5{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv.'' corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons'' corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid.'' corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. 
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Figure 4a:
The categories shown in these plots are 2 $ \ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} $ and 2 $ \ell\text{ss }3\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 4{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 5{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv.'' corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons'' corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid.'' corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. 
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Figure 4b:
The categories shown in these plots are 2 $ \ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} $ and 2 $ \ell\text{ss }3\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 4{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 5{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv.'' corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons'' corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid.'' corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. 
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Figure 4c:
The categories shown in these plots are 2 $ \ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} $ and 2 $ \ell\text{ss }3\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 4{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 5{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv.'' corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons'' corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid.'' corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. 
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Figure 4d:
The categories shown in these plots are 2 $ \ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} $ and 2 $ \ell\text{ss }3\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 4{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 5{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv.'' corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons'' corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid.'' corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. 
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Figure 4e:
The categories shown in these plots are 2 $ \ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} $ and 2 $ \ell\text{ss }3\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 4{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 5{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv.'' corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons'' corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid.'' corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. 
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Figure 4f:
The categories shown in these plots are 2 $ \ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} $ and 2 $ \ell\text{ss }3\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 4{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 5{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv.'' corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons'' corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid.'' corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. 
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Figure 4g:
The categories shown in these plots are 2 $ \ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} $ and 2 $ \ell\text{ss }3\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 4{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 5{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv.'' corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons'' corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid.'' corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. 
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Figure 4h:
The categories shown in these plots are 2 $ \ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} $ and 2 $ \ell\text{ss }3\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 4{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 5{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv.'' corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons'' corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid.'' corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. 
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Figure 4i:
The categories shown in these plots are 2 $ \ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} $ and 2 $ \ell\text{ss }3\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 4{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $2\ell\text{ss }2\mathrm{b} (+) 5{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv.'' corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons'' corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid.'' corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. 
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Figure 5:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 5a:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 5b:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 5c:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 5d:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 5e:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 5f:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 5g:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 5h:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 5i:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution in the plots is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+)$ plot, the first four bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ variable for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next four bins are for $3\ell\text{ off}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} (+) 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 6:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $, 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $, and 4 $ \ell $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ (4{\mathrm{j}} and 5{\mathrm{j}} ), and $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ ($2{\mathrm{j}}$ and $3{\mathrm{j}} $) and 4 $ \ell $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ plot, the first five bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ variable for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next five bins are for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 6a:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $, 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $, and 4 $ \ell $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ (4{\mathrm{j}} and 5{\mathrm{j}} ), and $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ ($2{\mathrm{j}}$ and $3{\mathrm{j}} $) and 4 $ \ell $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ plot, the first five bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ variable for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next five bins are for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 6b:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $, 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $, and 4 $ \ell $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ (4{\mathrm{j}} and 5{\mathrm{j}} ), and $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ ($2{\mathrm{j}}$ and $3{\mathrm{j}} $) and 4 $ \ell $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ plot, the first five bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ variable for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next five bins are for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 6c:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $, 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $, and 4 $ \ell $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ (4{\mathrm{j}} and 5{\mathrm{j}} ), and $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ ($2{\mathrm{j}}$ and $3{\mathrm{j}} $) and 4 $ \ell $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ plot, the first five bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ variable for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next five bins are for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 6d:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $, 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $, and 4 $ \ell $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ (4{\mathrm{j}} and 5{\mathrm{j}} ), and $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ ($2{\mathrm{j}}$ and $3{\mathrm{j}} $) and 4 $ \ell $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ plot, the first five bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ variable for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next five bins are for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 6e:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $, 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $, and 4 $ \ell $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ (4{\mathrm{j}} and 5{\mathrm{j}} ), and $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ ($2{\mathrm{j}}$ and $3{\mathrm{j}} $) and 4 $ \ell $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ plot, the first five bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ variable for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next five bins are for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 6f:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $, 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $, and 4 $ \ell $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ (4{\mathrm{j}} and 5{\mathrm{j}} ), and $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ ($2{\mathrm{j}}$ and $3{\mathrm{j}} $) and 4 $ \ell $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ plot, the first five bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ variable for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next five bins are for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 6g:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $, 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $, and 4 $ \ell $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ (4{\mathrm{j}} and 5{\mathrm{j}} ), and $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ ($2{\mathrm{j}}$ and $3{\mathrm{j}} $) and 4 $ \ell $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ plot, the first five bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ variable for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next five bins are for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 6h:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $, 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $, and 4 $ \ell $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ (4{\mathrm{j}} and 5{\mathrm{j}} ), and $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ ($2{\mathrm{j}}$ and $3{\mathrm{j}} $) and 4 $ \ell $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ plot, the first five bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ variable for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next five bins are for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 6i:
The categories shown in these plots are 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $, 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $, and 4 $ \ell $. The prefit plots for each category are shown on the left side while the postfit plots are shown on the right side. The differential distribution is $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ and 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ (4{\mathrm{j}} and 5{\mathrm{j}} ), and $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\ell{\mathrm{j}} )_{\text{max}} $ in the plots of 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} $ ($2{\mathrm{j}}$ and $3{\mathrm{j}} $) and 4 $ \ell $. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3 $ \ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }1\mathrm{b} $ plot, the first five bins are the $ p_{\mathrm{T}}(\mathrm{Z}) $ variable for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 2{\mathrm{j}} $, the next five bins are for $3\ell\text{ on}\mathrm{Z}\text{ }2\mathrm{b} 3{\mathrm{j}} $, etc. 
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Figure 7:
Observed data and expected yields in the prefit (upper) and postfit (lower) scenarios. All kinematic variables have been combined, resulting in distributions for the jet multiplicity only. The postfit values are obtained by simultaneously fitting all 26 Wilson coefficients (WCs) and the nuisance parameters (NPs). The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands are computed by propagating the uncertainties from the WCs and NPs. 
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Figure 7a:
Observed data and expected yields in the prefit (upper) and postfit (lower) scenarios. All kinematic variables have been combined, resulting in distributions for the jet multiplicity only. The postfit values are obtained by simultaneously fitting all 26 Wilson coefficients (WCs) and the nuisance parameters (NPs). The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands are computed by propagating the uncertainties from the WCs and NPs. 
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Figure 7b:
Observed data and expected yields in the prefit (upper) and postfit (lower) scenarios. All kinematic variables have been combined, resulting in distributions for the jet multiplicity only. The postfit values are obtained by simultaneously fitting all 26 Wilson coefficients (WCs) and the nuisance parameters (NPs). The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands are computed by propagating the uncertainties from the WCs and NPs. 
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Figure 7c:
Observed data and expected yields in the prefit (upper) and postfit (lower) scenarios. All kinematic variables have been combined, resulting in distributions for the jet multiplicity only. The postfit values are obtained by simultaneously fitting all 26 Wilson coefficients (WCs) and the nuisance parameters (NPs). The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands are computed by propagating the uncertainties from the WCs and NPs. 
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Figure 8:
Summary of CIs extracted from the likelihood fits described in Section 7. The WC 1$ \sigma $ (thick line) and 2$ \sigma $ (thin line) CIs are shown for the case where the other WCs are profiled (in solid black), and the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero (in dashed red). To make the figure more readable, the intervals for $c_{\mathrm{t\varphi}}$, $c_{\mathrm{\varphi t}}$, and $c_{\mathrm{\varphi Q}}^{}$ were scaled by 0.5, and the intervals for $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$, $c_{\mathrm{tQ}}^{1}$, $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{11}$, $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{38}$, and $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{31}$ were scaled by 5. 
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Figure 9:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan for $c_{\mathrm{tW}}$ and $c_{\mathrm{tZ}}$ with the other WCs fixed to their SM values (left), and profiled (right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 9a:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan for $c_{\mathrm{tW}}$ and $c_{\mathrm{tZ}}$ with the other WCs fixed to their SM values (left), and profiled (right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 9b:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan for $c_{\mathrm{tW}}$ and $c_{\mathrm{tZ}}$ with the other WCs fixed to their SM values (left), and profiled (right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 9c:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan for $c_{\mathrm{tW}}$ and $c_{\mathrm{tZ}}$ with the other WCs fixed to their SM values (left), and profiled (right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 10:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan with the other WCs profiled, for $c_{\mathrm{\varphi Q}}^{}$ and $c_{\mathrm{\varphi t}}$ (left), and for $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$ and $c_{\mathrm{t\varphi}}$ (right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 10a:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan with the other WCs profiled, for $c_{\mathrm{\varphi Q}}^{}$ and $c_{\mathrm{\varphi t}}$ (left), and for $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$ and $c_{\mathrm{t\varphi}}$ (right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 10b:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan with the other WCs profiled, for $c_{\mathrm{\varphi Q}}^{}$ and $c_{\mathrm{\varphi t}}$ (left), and for $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$ and $c_{\mathrm{t\varphi}}$ (right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 10c:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan with the other WCs profiled, for $c_{\mathrm{\varphi Q}}^{}$ and $c_{\mathrm{\varphi t}}$ (left), and for $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$ and $c_{\mathrm{t\varphi}}$ (right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 11:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan with the other WCs profiled, for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper left), for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper right), for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{tt}}^{1}$ (lower left), and for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ (lower right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 11a:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan with the other WCs profiled, for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper left), for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper right), for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{tt}}^{1}$ (lower left), and for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ (lower right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 11b:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan with the other WCs profiled, for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper left), for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper right), for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{tt}}^{1}$ (lower left), and for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ (lower right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 11c:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan with the other WCs profiled, for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper left), for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper right), for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{tt}}^{1}$ (lower left), and for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ (lower right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 11d:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan with the other WCs profiled, for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper left), for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper right), for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{tt}}^{1}$ (lower left), and for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ (lower right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
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Figure 11e:
The observed 68.3, 95.5, and 99.7% confidence level contours of a 2D scan with the other WCs profiled, for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper left), for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ (upper right), for $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ and $c_{\mathrm{tt}}^{1}$ (lower left), and for $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ and $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ (lower right). Diamond markers show the SM prediction. 
Tables  
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Table 1:
List of Wilson coefficients (WCs) included in this analysis, grouped according to the categories of WCs defined in Ref. [22]; the abbreviations for the WCs categories used in this paper are noted parenthetically. The definitions of the WCs and the definitions of the corresponding operators can be found in Table 1 of Ref. [22]. An extra factor of the strong coupling is applied to the $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$ coefficient, as explained in the text. 
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Table 2:
Theoretical cross sections at nexttoLO (NLO) used for normalization of simulated signal samples. The items are ordered by cross section. The uncertainties are broken into normalization components due to modeling the parton distribution functions (PDFs) and QCD order. Entries without a value are negligible. 
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Table 3:
Object requirements for the 43 event selection categories. Requirements separated by commas indicate a division into subcategories. The kinematical variable that is used in the event category is also listed. Section 5.4 provides further details regarding the kinematical distributions. 
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Table 4:
Summary of systematic uncertainties along with the average change in the SM prediction yields 
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Table 5:
The 1$ \sigma $ uncertainty intervals extracted from the likelihood fits described in Section 7. The intervals are shown for the case where the other Wilson coefficients (WCs) are profiled, and the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero. 
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Table 6:
The 2$ \sigma $ uncertainty intervals extracted from the likelihood fits described in Section 7. The intervals are shown for the case where the other Wilson coefficients (WCs) are profiled, and the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero. 
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Table 7:
Summary of categories that provide leading contributions to the sensitivity for subsets of the Wilson coefficients (WCs). 
Summary 
A search for new physics in the production of one or more top quarks with additional leptons, jets, and b jets in the context of effective field theory (EFT) has been performed. Events from protonproton collisions with a centerofmass energy of 13 TeV corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 138 fb$ ^{1} $ are used. EFT effects are incorporated into the event weights of the simulated samples, allowing detectorlevel predictions that account for correlations and interference effects among EFT operators and between EFT operators and standard model (SM) processes. The Wilson coefficients (WCs) corresponding to 26 EFT operators were simultaneously fit to the data. Confidence intervals were extracted for the WCs either individually or in pairs by scanning the likelihood with the other WCs either profiled or fixed at their SM values of zero. In all cases, the data are found to be consistent with the SM expectations. 
Additional Figures  
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Additional Figure 1:
The 95% profiled limits for each Wilson coefficient ($ c_i $) interpreted in terms of the energy scale $ \Lambda $ for three different assumptions for the value of the coefficient as indicated in the legend. For limits that are not symmetrical around the SM value of zero, the absolute value of the looser limit is used. The definition of the operator associated with $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$ here includes an explicit factor of the strong coupling constant, which should be accounted for when comparing to results extracted based on other conventions. 
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Additional Figure 2:
The 95% profiled limits for each Wilson coefficient ($ c_i $) interpreted in terms of the energy scale $ \Lambda $ for the value of the coefficient set to 1. For limits that are not symmetrical around the SM value of zero, the absolute value of the looser limit is used. The definition of the operator associated with $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$ here includes an explicit factor of the strong coupling constant, which should be accounted for when comparing to results extracted based on other conventions. 
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Additional Figure 3:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{bW}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 3a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{bW}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 3b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{bW}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 4:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi Q}}^{3}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 4a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi Q}}^{3}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 4b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi Q}}^{3}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 5:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi Q}}^{}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 5a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi Q}}^{}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 5b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi Q}}^{}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 6:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi t}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 6a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi t}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 6b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi t}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 7:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi tb}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 7a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi tb}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 7b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{\varphi tb}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 8:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{qe}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 8a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{qe}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 8b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{qe}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 9:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Q\ell}}^{3(\ell)}$Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 9a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Q\ell}}^{3(\ell)}$Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 9b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Q\ell}}^{3(\ell)}$Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 10:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Q\ell}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 10a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Q\ell}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 10b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Q\ell}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 11:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{11}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 11a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{11}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 11b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{11}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 12:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 12a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 12b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{QQ}}^{8}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 13:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{31}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 13a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{31}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 13b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{31}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 14:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{18}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 14a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{18}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 14b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{18}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 15:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{38}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 15a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{38}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 15b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qq}}^{38}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 16:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 16a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 16b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{1}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 17:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 17a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 17b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{Qt}}^{8}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 18:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{te}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 18a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{te}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 18b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{te}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 19:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 19a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 19b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tG}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 20:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t\ell}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 20a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t\ell}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 20b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t\ell}}^{(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 21:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t}}^{S(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 21a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t}}^{S(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 21b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t}}^{S(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 22:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t}}^{T(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 22a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t}}^{T(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 22b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t}}^{T(\ell)}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 23:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t\varphi}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 23a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t\varphi}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 23b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{t\varphi}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 24:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tQ}}^{1}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 24a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tQ}}^{1}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 24b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tQ}}^{1}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 25:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tq}}^{8}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 25a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tq}}^{8}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 25b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tq}}^{8}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 26:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tt}}^{1}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 26a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tt}}^{1}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 26b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tt}}^{1}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 27:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tW}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 27a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tW}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 27b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tW}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 28:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tZ}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 28a:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tZ}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 28b:
Onedimensional scan over the $c_{\mathrm{tZ}}$ Wilson coefficient (WC). The red points correspond to the case where the other WCs are fixed to their SM values of zero, while the black points correspond to the case where the other WCs are profiled. 
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Additional Figure 29:
Observed data and expected yields in the prefit (upper) and postfit (lower) scenarios. All kinematic variables are shown. The two categories on the right side of the plot (3$ \ell $ onZ 1b, and the 4 and 5 jet bins of 3$ \ell $ onZ 2b) use the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\mathrm{Z})} $ variable, while all the other categories use $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $. Each event category (e.g., 2 $ \ell \textrm{ss} $) is subdivided into its jet multiplcity components. For example, the first four subbins of the 2 $ \ell \textrm{ss} $ bin are the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $ variable for four jets, the next four subbins are the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $ variable for 5 jets, etc. The postfit values are obtained by simultaneously fitting all $ \mathrm{26} $ Wilson coefficient (WCs) and the nuisance parameters (NPs). The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands are computed by propagating the uncertainties from the WCs and NPs. All yields are plotted on a log scale. 
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Additional Figure 29a:
Observed data and expected yields in the prefit (upper) and postfit (lower) scenarios. All kinematic variables are shown. The two categories on the right side of the plot (3$ \ell $ onZ 1b, and the 4 and 5 jet bins of 3$ \ell $ onZ 2b) use the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\mathrm{Z})} $ variable, while all the other categories use $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $. Each event category (e.g., 2 $ \ell \textrm{ss} $) is subdivided into its jet multiplcity components. For example, the first four subbins of the 2 $ \ell \textrm{ss} $ bin are the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $ variable for four jets, the next four subbins are the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $ variable for 5 jets, etc. The postfit values are obtained by simultaneously fitting all $ \mathrm{26} $ Wilson coefficient (WCs) and the nuisance parameters (NPs). The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands are computed by propagating the uncertainties from the WCs and NPs. All yields are plotted on a log scale. 
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Additional Figure 29b:
Observed data and expected yields in the prefit (upper) and postfit (lower) scenarios. All kinematic variables are shown. The two categories on the right side of the plot (3$ \ell $ onZ 1b, and the 4 and 5 jet bins of 3$ \ell $ onZ 2b) use the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\mathrm{Z})} $ variable, while all the other categories use $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $. Each event category (e.g., 2 $ \ell \textrm{ss} $) is subdivided into its jet multiplcity components. For example, the first four subbins of the 2 $ \ell \textrm{ss} $ bin are the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $ variable for four jets, the next four subbins are the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $ variable for 5 jets, etc. The postfit values are obtained by simultaneously fitting all $ \mathrm{26} $ Wilson coefficient (WCs) and the nuisance parameters (NPs). The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands are computed by propagating the uncertainties from the WCs and NPs. All yields are plotted on a log scale. 
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Additional Figure 29c:
Observed data and expected yields in the prefit (upper) and postfit (lower) scenarios. All kinematic variables are shown. The two categories on the right side of the plot (3$ \ell $ onZ 1b, and the 4 and 5 jet bins of 3$ \ell $ onZ 2b) use the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\mathrm{Z})} $ variable, while all the other categories use $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $. Each event category (e.g., 2 $ \ell \textrm{ss} $) is subdivided into its jet multiplcity components. For example, the first four subbins of the 2 $ \ell \textrm{ss} $ bin are the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $ variable for four jets, the next four subbins are the $ {p_{\mathrm{T}}}\mathrm{(\ell j )_{\rm max}} $ variable for 5 jets, etc. The postfit values are obtained by simultaneously fitting all $ \mathrm{26} $ Wilson coefficient (WCs) and the nuisance parameters (NPs). The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands are computed by propagating the uncertainties from the WCs and NPs. All yields are plotted on a log scale. 
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Additional Figure 30:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 30a:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 30b:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 30c:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 30d:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 30e:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 2b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 31:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 31a:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 31b:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 31c:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 31d:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 31e:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{4j} $, the next seven bins are for 2$ \ell\text{ss 3b} \, (+) \: \mathrm{5j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 32:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 32a:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 32b:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 32c:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 32d:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 32e:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 1b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 33:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 33a:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 33b:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 33c:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 33d:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 33e:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ () $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ offZ 2b $ (+) \: \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 34:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 2b. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 34a:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 2b. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 34b:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 2b. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 34c:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 2b. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 34d:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 2b. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 34e:
The top row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b. The bottom row shows the prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 3$ \ell $ onZ 2b. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. For example, in the 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 3$ \ell $ onZ 1b $ \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 35:
Prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 4$ \ell $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. In the 4$ \ell $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 4$ \ell \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 4$ \ell \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 35a:
Prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 4$ \ell $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. In the 4$ \ell $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 4$ \ell \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 4$ \ell \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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Additional Figure 35b:
Prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 4$ \ell $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. In the 4$ \ell $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 4$ \ell \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 4$ \ell \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
png pdf 
Additional Figure 35c:
Prefit (left) and postfit (right) yields of the channel 4$ \ell $. Multiple sets of prefit and postfit plots with the alternative kinematic distribution, including this set of $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ plots, are used to check the effectiveness of the fit. The jet subcategories are arranged from low jet multiplicity to high jet multiplicity from left to right for each individual plot. In the 4$ \ell $ plot, the first seven bins are the $ H_{\mathrm{T}} $ variable for 4$ \ell \mathrm{2j} $, the next seven bins are for 4$ \ell \mathrm{3j} $, etc. The process labeled ``Conv." corresponds to the photon conversion background, ``Misid. leptons" corresponds to misidentified leptons, and ``Charge misid." corresponds to leptons with a mismeasured charge. The lower panel contains the ratios of the observed yields over the expected. The error bands correspond to nuisance parameter and Wilson coefficient uncertainties added in quadrature. 
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