Textbook: If you invest $2000 a year (at 9%) from ages 31 to 65, these funds will grow to $470,249 by age 65.
***the textbook did not say how they got this number, I just assumed it used FVA because it is in the same section
FVA = 2000 (( 1.09 )^35 - 1)/0.09)
FVA = 431,421.5093
Not sure if 35 is the correct amount of years, but regardless I did not get the answer from the book. What am I missing?