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If the first qubit is in the state 13√|0⟩+2√3√|1⟩ and the second qubit is in the state 2√3√|0⟩+13√|1⟩, what is the state of the composite system?

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    sqrt(2)/3 |00> + 1/3 |01> + 2/3 |10> + sqrt(2)/3 |11>

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