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$$ \frac{d}{dt}\int_{0}^{^{\eta(t)}}\rho(p,t)dz $$

where p itself is $$ p=p(z,t) $$

I have the feeling I have to use Leibniz rule and/or chain rule, but I'm not sure how...

Thanks.

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# I Evaluate using Leibniz rule and/or chain rule

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