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The largest remainder when dividing by 6 is 5. This is true because if the remainder is 6, the 6 would divide into the number again. For example:

35 divided by 6 is 5 remainder 5.

36 divided by 6 cannot be 5 remainder 6 because 6 will divide into 36 again. The answer would be 6.

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