Solve the equation $\tan \theta = 2\sin \theta$.
What I did was rewrite it to the form $$\sin \theta = 2 \sin \theta \cos \theta$$ You'll get $$\sin \theta = \sin\ 2 \theta.$$
How am I supposed to solve this when I have $\sin$ on both sides? My main problem with these types of 'solve' equations are that I don't know which forms I should rewrite them too. Usually just to the form $\sin \theta = n$, but I wonder if having a $\sin$ on both sides can result in an answer too.