Cost Behavior and Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis for Many Glacier Hotel

Cost Behavior and Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis for Many Glacier Hotel

 

Integrative Exercise Cost Behavior and Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis for Many Glacier Hotel

Using the High-Low Method to Estimate Variable and Fixed Costs

Located on Swiftcurrent Lake in Glacier National Park, Many Glacier Hotel was built in 1915 by the Great Northern Railway. In an effort to supplement its lodging revenue, the hotel decided in 20X1 to begin manufacturing and selling small wooden canoes decorated with symbols hand painted by Native Americans living near the park. Due to the great success of the canoes, the hotel began manufacturing and selling paddles as well in 20X3. Many hotel guests purchase a canoe and paddles for use in self-guided tours of Swiftcurrent Lake. Because production of the two products began in different years, the canoes and paddles are produced in separate production facilities and employ different laborers. Each canoe sells for $500, and each paddle sells for $50. A 20X3 fire destroyed the hotel’s accounting records. However, a new system put into place before the 20X4 season provides the following aggregated data for the hotel’s canoe and paddle manufacturing and marketing activities:

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