Profit-maximizing monopolists

I have a problem in economics on Profit-maximizing monopolists. Please help me in the following question. Profit-maximizing monopolists exploit the labor since: (i) Workers are paid very less than the value of their average physical products. (ii) The owners of capital and land have more clout if negotiating with a monopoly. (iii) Workers have no bargaining power if negotiating by a monopoly. (iv) Monopolistic employers encompass tremendous political power. (v) The wage paid is much less than the value of labor's marginal product.

Select the most accurate option from above.

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