Change the integral limit

Homework Statement

$$\int^{2\pi}_{0}cos^{2}(\theta)sin^{2}(\theta)cos(\theta)sin(\theta)d\theta$$
If I set x=cos$$^{2}$$($$\theta$$), the integral limit should be from 1 to 0 or need I break this integral into to 4 parts (i.e from 1 to 0 plus from 0 to 1 plus from 1 to 0 plus from 0 to 1)?

The Attempt at a Solution

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$$\cos(\theta) \sin(\theta)$$