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Table 2

Global seismic parameters.

KIC number Δν (μHz) ΔΠ1 (s) δΔΠ1 (s) q M / M δM / M Alias Method Evolution

1868101 3.80 298.7 2.80 0.35 0.93 0.05 0 2 1
1995859 4.74 321.4 4.71 0.29 1.86 0.06 0 2 1
9145955 11.03 77.1 1.50 0.16 1.44 0.06 0 1 0
12507577 7.52 69.7 0.40 0.21 1.45 0.06 0 2 0

Notes. Global seismic parameters, as described in the text, of the four stars shown in Figs. 3 and 4. The full table corresponding to the whole data set shown in Fig. 9, with about 6100 red giants, is available at CDS. Uncertainties on ΔΠ1 are estimated according to the expressions given in the Appendix. They depend on the robustness of the measurement, which is indicated in the columns “alias” and “method” The “alias” value is set to 1 if the value of ΔΠ1 likely corresponds to that of an alias, otherwise to 0. The “method” value indicates whether 1 or 2 codes using the method presented in the article could converge and provide a relevant value for ΔΠ1; a value of 2 also means that both codes provide consistent results. The “evolution” value provides the evolutionary stage: 0 for RGB stars, 1 for clump stars, or 2 for secondary clump stars.

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