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Q: How many possible remainder are there if you divide a number by 5?

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Any number greater than 199 will divide into both zero times and leave a remainder (of the original number); there is no upper limit to the numbers greater than 199. -------------------------------- The largest number to divide into both and leave the SAME remainder is 56 (leaving a remainder of 31 in both cases).

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The possible number of remainders is always one less than the divisor.

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