By all of the following ways bacteria become resistant to antibiotic except
(1) making enzymes that inactivate the drug
(2) becoming impermeable to the drug
(3) modifying the target of the drug
(4) moving away from the drug.
(4) Bacteria become resistant to antibiotic by producing enzymes and forming impermeable capsule and modifying the target of the drug but not by moving away from the drug.