Range of companion mass’ and orbital separations determined by orbital solutions as a function of the orbit inclination for the short-period companion (SP, left) and the long-period companion (LP, right), assuming a primary mass of 3.0 ± 0.2 M⊙. While the lower dashed line indicates the maximum inclination (and therefore minimum companion mass) to avoid an eclipse, the upper dashed line marks the upper mass limit coming from the fact that HD 201433 is a SB1 system. The dash-dotted line gives the maximum inclinations the system can have to produce ellipsoidal light variations of no larger than 0.7 ppt.
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