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[tex]\frac {d \Phi_B} {dt} = (-) \frac {d}{dx_C} \left[ \int_0^{\ell}dy \ \int_{x_C-w/2}^{x_C+w/2} dx B(x)\right] \frac {dx_C}{dt} = (-) v\ell [ B(x_C+w/2) - B(x_C-w/2)] \ [/tex]

Shouldn't the differentiation of the bracketed terms "killed" the integration of B(x)? Why is it still evaluated between the limits in the final expression? Thanks for any advice.

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# Chain rule question

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