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Posted by hope any one can help on Monday, May 27, 2013 at 12:47am.

Find the number of pairs of non-negative integers (n,m), such that 1≤n<m≤100, n∣m^2−1 and m∣n^2−1.

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The notation a∣b means a divides b, or b=ka for some integer k.

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