Posted by **Calculus** on Monday, March 4, 2013 at 11:21am.

Find the value of a so that the function f(x) = xe^(ax) has critical point at x = 9

I found that the derivative is axe^(ax)+e^(ax)

But I am not sure where to go from here?

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