A. Rs. 68
B. Rs. 70
C. Rs. 72
D. Rs. 74
C.P = Rs. (100 / 122.5) x 392 = Rs. (1000 / 1225) x 392 = Rs. 320
=> Profit = Rs. (392 - 320) = Rs. 72
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