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Fig. 1


Contributions of different approximation orders to l = 1,m = 0 mode frequencies: σ2eigen (σ3eigen) represent the implicit second (third respectively) order contribution to the eigenfrequency; σ2T and σ3T denote second and third order frequency corrections due to the Coriolis acceleration; σ2D and σ3D represent 2nd and 3rd order frequency corrections due to the centrifugal distorsion; σ3C comes from the coupling of the distorsion and Coriolis effects. The contributions are plotted as a function of the radial order n for an 8.5 M ZAMS model rotating uniformly at 15%   Ωk, i.e. around 95 km s-1 (see stellar parameters in Table 1). The frequencies are scaled by , so that σ = ωk. We use a negative radial order n for gravity modes and a positive one for acoustic modes.

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