The cost of a diamond varies directly with the square of its weight. Diamond is broken into 4 parts whose weights are in

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Q 2384267157.     The cost of a diamond varies directly with the square of its weight. Diamond is broken into 4 parts whose weights are in the ratio 3:4:4:5. If diamond had been broken into 4 equal parts there would have been a loss of Rs.5000. What is the actual cost of the unbroken diamond?
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A

Rs. 40000

B

Rs. 80000

C

Rs. 1280000

D

Rs. 640000

E

Cannot be determined

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