Marginal revenue product and MRP curve

I have a problem in economics on Marginal revenue product or MRP curve. Please help me in the given question. Demand for the labor through a monopolist in the product market is its: (w) Value of marginal product (or VMP) curve. (x) Marginal revenue product (or MRP) curve. (y) Its marginal factor cost (or MFC) curve. (z) Total revenue (or TR) curve.

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