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Originally Posted by dhiab A couple obvious ones are (m,n) = (1984,1) and (1984,1983).
The prime factorisation of 1984 is 2^6 * 31. I'm not entirely sure, but I think this information could be used to prove that there do not exist any other pairs (m,n) satisfying the given condition.
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