A couple is comparing two day cares to find the best option for their 5 year old son. A home-based daycare charges a flat rate of $5 per hour. A center-based daycare charges a fixed rate of $185 per week, providing 40 hours of childcare. Above 40 hours, the center-based daycare then charges a fixed rate of $12 per hour. The couple determines that the driving distance to each daycare is the same, thus driving expenses do not need to be considered. will require 50 hours of childcare per week and are looking for the cheapest daycare, as they are soon expecting their second child.A couple is comparing two daycares to determine the best option for their 1 year old son. A home-based daycare charges a flat rate of $15 per hour. A center-based daycare charges a fixed rate of $185 per week, providing 40 hours of childcare. Above 40 hours, the center-based daycare then charges a fixed rate of $8 per hour. The couple determines that the driving distance to each daycare is the same, thus driving expenses do not need to be considered. The couple will require 50 hours of childcare per week and are looking for the cheapest daycare, as they are soon expecting their second child.A couple is comparing two daycares to determine the best option for their 1 year old son. A home-based daycare charges a flat rate of $5 per hour. A center-based daycare charges a fixed rate of $185 per week, providing 40 hours of childcare. Above 40 hours, the center-based daycare then charges a fixed rate of $8 per hour. The couple determines that the driving distance to each daycare is the same, thus driving expenses do not need to be considered. The couple will require 50 hours of childcare per week and are looking for the cheapest daycare, as they are soon expecting their second