Define a positive integer \(n\) to be **totatively prime** if the set of all positive integers less than \(n\) that are relatively prime to \(n\) contains no composite numbers. What is the largest totatively prime number?

For example, 9 is not totatively prime because 4 is less than 9 and is relatively prime to 9, but 4 is composite.

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