You Don't See This Expression Every Day

Let \(x_1,x_2,x_3\ldots \) be the list of positive integers in strictly increasing order such that \[\dfrac{x^x+x!}{x+1}\] is an integer. Find \(x_{100}\).

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This note by Arron Kau may help.

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