Prompt for answers mentions "above" but text is below

I used return_prompt when trying the answers api call, and examined the prompt it uses.

It starts out like this:

"Please answer the question according to the above context. === Context...

which seems like a typo, as there is no “above” for context. Is that a mistake? (not something you can change as the prompt is automatically generated for /answers

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This is just a quirk of English language. Books often refer to “examples below” which are actually just on following pages. This is probably a throwback to when we used scrolls instead of books. In general, “above” means “already seen in the text” and “below” means “following this line of text”.