Calculus
posted by Henry .
find g''(x) if g(x) = xe^x
I have g' as e^x(x+1)
then g'' as e^x(1) or just e^x
am I missing the mark?

you are missing the mark,
e^x (x+1) is a product, so you will have to use the product rule, which you clearly must have used in the original to get the first derivative.
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