Find the derivative of the following function and evaluate the derivative at the given value of x.

f(x) = (14x)^ln14x ; x = e/14

After taking natural log on both sides, I'm left with:

lnf(x) = (ln14x)(ln14x)

I'm not sure what to do at this point.

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