Use basic identities to simplify the expression. one divided by cotangent of theta to the second power. + sec θ cos θ

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please help me! I am taking precalc online and don't understand a single thing about basic identities

so its \(\huge \dfrac{1}{\cot^2 \theta + \sec \theta \cos \theta} \)

firstly, use the identity that sec theta = 1/cos theta so, sec theta cos theta = 1 and do you know what is \(\large 1+\cot^2 \theta = ... ?\)

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