**A. Rs.600**

B. Rs.500

C. Rs.400

D. Rs.300

Explanation:

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Sum be Rs.100

S.I = Rs.(1000/100) =Rs.10

C.I = Rs.[{100 × (1 +5/100) 2} – 100] =Rs.41/4

Difference C.I amd S. I = Rs.(41/4 – 10) =Rs.25

25 : 1.50 : : 100 : x

Therefore x = ((1.50 ×100)/25) = Rs.600

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