Sinea and Ren are going to the carnival next \$8, souvenirs - \$20

Sinea wants to spend money using the same ratios as on her last trip to the carnival. If she spends \$26 on games, how much will she spend on souvenirs?

Ren wants to spend money using the same ratios as on his last trip to the carnival. If he spends \$5 on souvenirs, how much will he spend on snacks?

Suppose Sinea and Ren each spend \$40 on snacks and each person spends money using the same ratios as on their as on their last trip. Who spends more on souvenirs?

To find out how much Sinea will spend on souvenirs, we need to use the ratio of the money she spent on games to the money she spent on souvenirs on her last trip.

The ratio of money spent on games to money spent on souvenirs is \$26:?\$20.

To find the missing value, we can set up a proportion:

\$26 / \$20 = ? / \$x

Cross-multiplying, we get:

\$26 * \$x = \$20 * ?

Simplifying:

\$26 * \$x = \$20 * \$1

Next, we can divide both sides of the equation by \$26 to isolate x:

\$x = (\$20 * \$1) / \$26

Simplifying:

\$x = \$20 / \$26

Converting this into a decimal value:

\$x \approx 0.77

Therefore, Sinea will spend approximately \$0.77 on souvenirs.

Similarly, to find out how much Ren will spend on snacks, we need to use the ratio of the money he spent on souvenirs to the money he spent on snacks on his last trip.

The ratio of money spent on souvenirs to money spent on snacks is \$5:?\$40.

Setting up the proportion:

\$5 / \$40 = ? / \$x

Cross-multiplying:

\$5 * \$x = \$40 * ?

Simplifying:

\$5 * \$x = \$40 * \$1

Dividing both sides of the equation by \$5:

\$x = (\$40 * \$1) / \$5

Simplifying:

\$x = \$40 / \$5

Converting this into a decimal value:

\$x = 8

Therefore, Ren will spend \$8 on snacks.

Now, to determine who spends more on souvenirs when both Sinea and Ren spend \$40 on snacks, we need to compare the amounts they spent on souvenirs on their last trip.

Sinea spent approximately \$0.77 on souvenirs, whereas Ren spent \$5 on souvenirs.

Comparing the amounts, we see that Sinea spent less on souvenirs.

Therefore, Ren spends more on souvenirs when both Sinea and Ren spend \$40 on snacks.