A number theory problem by Piyush Kumar

Number Theory Level pending

How many pairs \( (n,p) \) of positive integers \(n,p\) are there such that \(p\) is prime, \(n \leq 2p \) and \( (p-1)^n + 1 \) is divisible by \(n^{p-1} \)?

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