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9-8.

This problem is very similar to 9-7. Refer to that problem if you are having difficulty starting this problem.

$5\frac{2}{5}$

Since three-thirds is equal to one, you are actually dividing five-halves by one.
Remember to convert your answer to a mixed number.

It may be best to change the mixed number into a fraction greater than one before you multiply.

$\frac{33}{35}$

Look carefully at this problem.
Do you notice anything interesting?

Zero-thirds is equal to zero.
What happens when you divide zero by any number?