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Let p and q be the roots of the
polynomial mx^2 + x(2 - m) + 3.
Let m1 and m2 be two values of m
satisfying p/q + q/p = 2/3.
Determine numerical value of m1/
(m2)^2 + m2/(m1)^2. Please work
the complete solution.

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