Pursuant to the first problem in this series, this one involves checking for divisibility by 6.
Write a function to determine if a number is divisible by 6. This can be done by checking for divisibility by 2 and divisibility by 3. If the number passes both tests, it is also divisible by 6.
Previous problem: divisible by 5. Next problem: divisible by 7.
Find the numeric mean of the prime numbers in a matrix.
given 3 sides, find area of this triangle
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