Table 3:

Output parameters derived from the spot modeling.
Star Inclination Spot contrast Spot angular radius Lifetime Mean rotation
  $i_{{\rm spot}}$ $i_{{\rm seismo}}$ $\langle{\mathcal{C}}_{{\rm max}}\rangle$ median range $\tau$ $\overline{T}$
  (deg) ( $~^0\!/_{00}$) (deg) (day)

HD 49933
$50\pm 25^\circ$ $55\pm10^\circ$ (a) 1 1.8 $1\to2.5^\circ$ $2.5\to3.5$ rm 3.45+0.05-0.05
HD 175726 $55\pm 25^\circ$ - 8 4.7 $3 \to7^\circ$ $5 \to 7$ $\rm 3.95^{+0.1}_{-0.1}$
HD 181420 $60\pm 25^\circ$ $45\pm 4^\circ$ (b) 0.8 1.6 $0.8 \to2^\circ$ $1.5\to 3$ $\rm 2.25^{+0.03}_{-0.01}$
HD 181906 $45\pm 25^\circ$ $24\pm 3^\circ$ (c) 1 1.8 $1.0 \to 2.5^\circ$ $1.5\to 3$ $\rm 2.71^{+0.03}_{-0.01}$
Inclinations derived from the spot model are compared to the seismic values inferred from the fit of the Fourier spectra of p modes: (a) Appourchaux et al. (2008); (b) Barban et al. (2009); (c) Garcia et al. (2009).

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