Posted by **Mary** on Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at 3:43pm.

Differentiate the following function, much like problem 14 of section 3.2 (page 152) of your textbook:

y = 14 J + N e^t,

where J and N are given constants.

Enter the derivative here:

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