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The main reason that a single-price monopoly gains at the expense of consumers is that
the firm always engages in unfair pricing.
the firm charges a price where its marginal revenue equals its marginal cost.
the firm’s demand curve is no longer the market’s marginal benefit curve.
the firm charges more for a less than allocatively efficient quantity.
the firm fails to charge a price based on the willingness of consumers.