I took \(\displaystyle \sin^2 x [\MATH] out of the brackets . Inside the brackets , I think I should use the formula \(\displaystyle n(n-1)/2 [\MATH] . Am I doing right ? If yes, then what should I do next ? Thanks !\)\)\)

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