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**sin^2(x-pi/6)**dx

I have the following integral to solve but am unsure where I should start, I first thought about integrating by parts as I thought you could split it into [Sin(x-pi/6)][Sin(x-pi/6)]. But couldn't seem to figure that out. I was wondering if you could use a trig identity but again am unsure which one.

Any suggestions?