# What is an exocyclic double bond?

I have been tasked to find the $\lambda_{\text{max}}$ of 3,4-dimethyl-1,2,3,4,4a,5-hexahydronaphthalene.

This was supposed to be fairly easy. I used the base value for homoannular diene ($\pu{253 nm}$) and added the increments for the three ring residues attached to the diene ($\pu{+(3\times 5) = +15 nm}$). This should get me a value of $\lambda_{\text{max}}=\pu{268 nm}$. However, checking the solution this question, they have also added the increment for an exocyclic double bond, and have got the answer to be $\pu{273 nm}$ instead.

As far as I know, an exocyclic double bond means exo+cyclic, where exo means "outside" and cyclic means, well "cyclic", or more simply, a double bond that is outside the ring. I'm looking at this compound, and I dont see any exocyclic double bond at all.

Am I dealing with a key mistake here or is there something that I'm not aware of?