Describe the company you selected and the products or services it provides.

Topic 1:Chapter 6, Mini Case A6-80: Cost Behaviors and DriversHow can analyzing whether cost behaviors are fixed, variable, or mixed assist in the interpretation of current performance and costs management techniques?Discuss Chapter 6 mini-case A6-80 from page 440 of the textbook.
A6-80. Cost Behavior in Real CompaniesChoose a company with which you are familiar that manufactures a product or provides a service. In this activity, you will be making reasonable estimates of the costs and activities associated with thismcompany; companies do not typically publish internal cost or process information.
Basic Discussion Questions1. Describe the company you selected and the products or services it provides.2. List ten costs that this company would incur. Include costs from a variety of departments within the company, including human resources, sales, accounting, production (if a manufacturer), service (if a service company), and others. Make sure that you have at least one cost from each of the following categories: fixed, variable, and mixed.3. Classify each of the costs you listed as either fixed, variable, or mixed. Justify why you classified each cost as you did.4. Describe a potential cost driver for each of the variable and mixed costs you listed. Explain why each cost driver would be appropriate for its associated cost.5. Discuss how easy or difficult it was for you to decide whether each cost was fixed, variable, or mixed. Describe techniques a company could use to determine whether a cost is fixed, variable, or mixed.