#### Answer

$$ K'(2)= -8.$$

#### Work Step by Step

Given $ K(x)=f(x^2)$, then we have $ K'(x)=2xf'(x^2)$ and hence
$$ K'(2)=2(2)f'(4)=4(-2)=-8.$$

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$$ K'(2)= -8.$$

Given $ K(x)=f(x^2)$, then we have $ K'(x)=2xf'(x^2)$ and hence
$$ K'(2)=2(2)f'(4)=4(-2)=-8.$$

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