Phasor to Time Domain Math

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Homework Statement:
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Relevant Equations:
I(d, t) = Re[I (d) e ^ jωt]
This is a problem about converting from the phasor to time domain. I am having trouble following the math that the textbook is doing.
I was thinking the final answer should be:
i(d, t) = 0.20 cos(ωt + βd + 159◦) - 0.091 cos(ωt − βd + 185.6◦)
emphasize the minus 0.091 instead of plus 0.091 as shown in the image attachment and textbook.
Am I missing something here? Thank you.
 

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Looks like it should be a minus sign. My arithmetic also gives me ## -.090 ##.
 
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Thank you, I also consulted with someone else and we thought the textbook had made an error as well.
 
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