# When 30% of a number is added to the number, the result is 143. Find the number described.

30%x + x = 143
.30x +x = 143
1.30x =143
divide each side by 1.30
x = 110

check
(30% x 110) + 110 = 143
33 + 110 = 143
143 = 143

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