More than $150.
Explanation: If math was never your favorite subject, or it's just been a few years since you brushed up, this one can be a bit tricky. However, the key here is that your money gets compounded annually, aka every year. So after the first year, you have $110. However, the second year, you are earning 10% interest on $110! Which brings you to $121. And so on... five years later, you have over $150! Or $161.05, to be exact.