**I would like to introduce you to Higgs boson exponential integrals, they are as follow:**

**Elemental Analysis:**

**1- The area 0 to +2 is the half area where all kind of radioactive decay occurs.**

**2- All values in the exponential plot are linear.**

**3- The axis 0 to 12 represents time which is 12 months.**

**4- The axis 0 to 0.50 represents half decay.**

**5- The surface 1 is the exponential area.**

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**ln:**

**is the natural logarithm**

**in which the base is the irrational number**

*e*(= 2.71828 . . . ).**The natural logarithm is generally written as ln(**

*x*), log*(*_{e}*x*) or sometimes, if the base of*e*is implicit, as simply log(*x*).**7-**

**lim:**

**In mathematics, the concept of a "limit" is used to describe the value that a function or sequence "approaches" as the input or index approaches some value.**

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**Faraday's 2nd Law of Electrolysis**:

**For a given quantity of electricity (electric charge), the mass of an elemental material altered at an electrode is directly proportional to the element's equivalent weight. The equivalent weight of a substance is its molar mass divided by an integer that depends on the reaction undergone by the material.**

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**Infinity:**

**(symbol: ∞)**

**denotes a positive +**

**∞**

**or a negative -**

**∞**

**unbounded limit.**

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**Injection:**

**L**

**et**

*f*be a function whose domain is a set*A*. The function*f*is injective if for all*a*and*b*in*A*, if*f*(*a*) =*f*(*b*), then*a*=*b*; that is,*f*(*a*) =*f*(*b*) implies*a*=*b*. Equivalently, if*a*≠*b*, then*f*(*a*) ≠*f*(*b*).**11-**

**Subjection:**

**All the integrals are in a state of dependency; they rely on each other.**

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**Frequency:**

**Is the number of occurrences within a given time period (12 months).**

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**Substitution:**

**Is the uniform replacement of one expression by another.**

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**Capacity:**

**Is the ability to hold a fluid, very similar to volume.**

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**Mathematical model:**

**Is a description of a system using mathematical concepts and language. The process of developing a mathematical model is termed mathematical modelling.**

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**Predominantly:**

**Much greater in number and influence.**