Algebra

Lisa brought half of her savings to the bakery and bought 12 croissants for $14.20. The amount of money she brings home with her is more than $2. Use an inequality to find how much money she had in her savings before going to the bakery. (Write the inequality that represents the situation and solve it.)

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  1. x/2 - 14.20 > 2.00

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