May someone help me to solve the following integral :

∫ {0}^{1} (arcsin(x))^2 dx

I know i must first solve the indefinite integral using intgration by parts rule

∫(arcsin(x))^2 dx

I usually know how to apply integration by parts, however here i see only one variable but i need 2 for the rule.

I am stick in the beginning. I just dont see how i may apply intgration by parts.

∫ {0}^{1} (arcsin(x))^2 dx

I know i must first solve the indefinite integral using intgration by parts rule

∫(arcsin(x))^2 dx

I usually know how to apply integration by parts, however here i see only one variable but i need 2 for the rule.

I am stick in the beginning. I just dont see how i may apply intgration by parts.

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