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Integers: Rule of Divisibility by 6

Which of the following is NOT divisible by 6?
Incorrect. [[Snippet]] The number 9,876 is even and is divisible by 3 (since the sum of its digits is 30). Therefore, it's divisible by 6. Remember, we're looking for a number *not* divisible by 6.
Correct. [[Snippet]] Any number that isn't divisible by 2 cannot be divisible by 6. The number 3,111 is not even and is therefore *not* divisible by 6.
Incorrect. [[Snippet]] The number 1,236 is even and is divisible by 3 (since the sum of its digits is 12). Therefore, it's divisible by 6. Remember, we're looking for a number *not* divisible by 6.
Incorrect. [[Snippet]] The number 9,696 is even and is divisible by 3 (since the sum of its digits is 30). Therefore, it's divisible by 6. Remember, we're looking for a number *not* divisible by 6.
9,696
1,236
3,111
9,876