Wish to ask for help from those here on what appears to be an error in a research paper I was reading.

In the Abstract of the following article, the mass of LHS 1140b is said to be 6.98 ± 0.98 M-Earth. In Table 1 on page 11, however, two digits are reversed: 6.98 ± 0.89 M-Earth. Which value is the correct one?

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https://arxiv.org/pdf/1808.00485.pdf
A second planet with an Earth-like composition orbiting the nearby M dwarf LHS 1140

Kristo Ment, et al.(Submitted on 1 Aug 2018)

LHS 1140 is a nearby mid-M dwarf known to host a temperate rocky super-Earth (LHS 1140 b) on a 24.737-day orbit. Based on photometric observations by MEarth and Spitzer as well as Doppler spectroscopy from HARPS, we report the discovery of an additional transiting rocky companion (LHS 1140 c) with a mass of 1.81 ± 0.39 M Earth and a radius of 1.282 ± 0.024 R Earth on a tighter, 3.77795-day orbit. We also obtain more precise estimates of the mass and radius of LHS 1140 b to be 6.98 ± 0.98 M Earth and 1.727 ± 0.032 R Earth. The mean densities of planets b and c are 7.5 ± 1.0 g/cm3 and 4.7 ± 1.1 g/cm3, respectively, both consistent with the Earth's ratio of iron to magnesium silicate. The orbital eccentricities of LHS 1140 b and c are consistent with circular orbits and constrained to be below 0.06 and 0.31, respectively, with 90% confidence. Because the orbits of the two planets are co-planar and because we know from previous analyses of Kepler data that compact systems of small planets orbiting M dwarfs are commonplace, a search for more transiting planets in the LHS 1140 system could be fruitful. LHS 1140 c is one of the few known nearby terrestrial planets whose atmosphere could be studied with the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope.