Cost accounting question, accounting, Basic Statistics

LO.1 (Activity analysis) The Raleigh plant manager of Allentown Corp. has noticed
the plant frequently changes the schedule on its production line. He has gathered the
following information on the activities, estimated times, and average costs required for
a single schedule change.

Activity Est.Time Average Cost
Review impact of orders 30 min.–2 hrs. $ 300
Reschedule orders 15 min.–24 hrs. 800
Reschedule production orders 15 min.–1 hr. 75
Stop production and change over 10 min.–3 hrs. 150
Return and locate material (excess inventory) 20 min.–6 hrs. 1,500
Generate new production paperwork 15 min.–4 hrs. 500
Change purchasing schedule 10 min.–8 hrs. 2,100
Collect paperwork from the fl oor 15 min. 75
Review new line schedule 15 min.–30 min. 100
Overtime premiums 3 hrs.–10 hrs. 1,000
Total $6,600

a. Which of these, if any, are value-added activities?
b. What is the cost driver in this situation?
c. How can the cost driver be controlled and the NVA activities eliminated?
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