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2e^x+xe^X

Well when differentiating twice you can get the Point Of inflexion on a curve.

The second derivative is the rate of change of rate of change.

so I find the derivative of \[f(x)=xe^x\] using the product rule, then i derive it again?

yeah lol
use the product rule when you differentiated it

thank you