Explanation:

Compound Interest Formula:

$A = P {\left(1 + \frac{r}{n}\right)}^{n t}$,

where $A$ is the compound interest

where $P$ is the amount deposited ($600) where $r$is the rate (7%) where $n$is the number of times it is compounded in one year $\left(1\right)$where $t$is the number of years $\left(5\right)$Now, we can substitute the values: $A = 600 {\left(1 + \frac{7}{100 \cdot 1}\right)}^{1 \cdot 5}$$A = 600 {\left(1 + 0.07\right)}^{5}$$A = 600 \cdot {\left(1.07\right)}^{5}$$A = 600 \cdot 1.403$A=$841.80

And there we have our answer.