$-\cos (\theta-8) +c $
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Let $ u=\theta-8$, then $ du=d\theta $ and hence $$\int \sin(\theta-8) d\theta=\int \sin u du=-\cos u +c= -\cos (\theta-8) +c $$ Where we used the fact that the integral of sine is negative cosine.
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