#### Answer

C should pay E $\$2$.
B should pay A $\$14$
B should pay D $\$4$

#### Work Step by Step

A spent $\$42$.
B spent $\$10$.
C spent $\$26$.
D spent $\$32$.
E spent $\$30$.
The total amount spent is:
$42+10+26+32+30=140$
The amount spent per person is:
$140\div5=28$ dollars.
This is the amount they all should have spent. To find out how they can resolve the discrepancies, we need to calculate how much each individual owes or is owed.
A is owed $42-28=14$ dollars.
B owes $28-10=18$ dollars.
C owes $28-26=2$ dollars.
D is owed $32-28=4$ dollars.
E is owed $30-28=2$ dollars.
One simple way to resolve this is for C to give E $\$2$, and for B to give A $\$14$ and D $\$4$ dollars.