Obviously, the remaining factor of the cubic must be linear, and clearly the leading coefficient of that factor must be "1". So the remaining factor is of the form "x + a".
Since the constant of the known factor is -14 and the constant of the original polynomial is -56, then you must have (-56)/(-14) = 4, so the remaining factor must be "x + 4".
Multiply the known factor by the remaining factor, and see what you get for "m" and "n". Sketch the result.