# Lovely natural fraction

**Number Theory**Level 5

For how many ordered pairs of positive integers like \((m,n)\) the fraction \[\frac{n^2+1}{mn-1}\]becomes a positive integer?

For how many ordered pairs of positive integers like \((m,n)\) the fraction \[\frac{n^2+1}{mn-1}\]becomes a positive integer?

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