If sin\( \theta \) = K find tan\(\theta\), 0° \(\leq\) \(\theta\) \(\leq\) 90°.

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Given sin(\(\theta\)) = K, we need to find tan(\(\theta\)).
We know that sin(\(\theta\)) = opposite/hypotenuse and cos(\(\theta\)) = adjacent/hypotenuse in a right-angled triangle with angle \(\theta\). Using Pythagoras theorem, we also know that hypotenuse² = opposite² + adjacent².
So, let's assume a right-angled triangle with angle \(\theta\) and opposite side as K. We can find the adjacent side using Pythagoras theorem as hypotenuse² = opposite² + adjacent², which gives us adjacent = \(\sqrt{1 - K^2}\).
Now, we can use the definition of tangent, which is tan(\(\theta\)) = opposite/adjacent. Thus, tan(\(\theta\)) = K/\(\sqrt{1 - K^2}\).
Therefore, the correct option is \( \frac{k}{\sqrt{1 - k^2}} \).