Interest Rate Table

Using the interest rate table below, how much money would have accrued after 5 years if $2,000 is invested now at 10% compounded annually?

Hint
The problem statement is asking for growth after 5 years, so $$n=5$$ :
Hint 2
We are trying to solve for the Future, $$F$$ , given the present value, $$P$$ , of $2,000.
The problem statement is asking for a single payment based on a compounded amount. Based on the givens: $$n$$ , the number of compounding periods, is 5. We are trying to solve for the Future, $$F$$ , given the present value, $$P$$ , which converts to $$F\:given\:P$$ .
The intersection value, 1.6105, from the 10% Interest Rate Table is the compounding factor. Thus, the initial investment will grow into:
$$$Future=Present \times Factor$$$
$$$Future=\$2,000 \times 1.6105=\$3,221$$$
Note, we can check our answer with the below formula:
$$$(1+i)^n=(1+0.1)^5=(1.1)^5=1.6105$$$
where $$i$$ is the interest rate, and $$n$$ is the number of compounding periods. Because our compounding factor matches with the table, we confirmed that our initial answer is correct.
$3,221