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**x0ne** Problem:

$\displaystyle \int \frac {1}{\cos u\cot u} du$

So I am kind of stumped with these Us in the equation. Our professor has been gracious enough to point us to an integral solving site, but I get different answers based on switching U for X.

I don't think I need to switch any of the variables out, but I am trying to figure out where I want to go from here. It doesn't seem like I should use the substitution method on this, but I could be wrong. Could someone walk me through this?