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**DesiKid89** Hi, I am getting stuck on this one problem, I have my trigonometric identities down, but I can't figure out how to solve this problem:

(Cos(x)Sec(x))/Cot(x)

The question asks:

"Simplify the trigonometric expression. Once you have simplified the expression completely, change all trigonometric functions in the simplified expression to sines and cosines. Finally, let s = sin(x) and c = cos(x) and enter your answer below. For example, if the expression simplifies to tan(x), you would enter s/c in the answer blank. (Note that your answer should use lower-case letters.)"

I'd really appreciate it if anyone could help, thank you very much in advance.