# What is the integral of #int sin^3 (x)cos^3 (x) dx#?

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The integral of sin^3(x) * cos^3(x) dx is:

∫ sin^3(x) * cos^3(x) dx = -1/3 * cos^6(x) + 1/3 * cos^4(x) + C

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