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Just take the total derivative: $Dh_x = \frac{dh_x}{dp_x}dp_x + \frac{dh_x}{dp_y}dp_y$ Notice that this "contains" both partial derivatives, which, by definition, are each defined only when the other variable is held constant (e.g., $p_y = 0$).


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