What is Joe30330? Joe Biden appears to misspeak while pitching his text messaging number for voters

Viral math problem baffles many on Internet: Can you solve 8÷2(2+2)?

The equation went viral online this week on Twitter.

“8÷2(2+2).”

Can you solve this math problem?

The equation went viral online this week on Twitter causing major confusion over the right answer.

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Mathematicians and physicists went nuts about it.

Mike Breen, the Public Awareness Officer for the American Mathematical Society, told Popular Mechanics: “The way it’s written, it’s ambiguous. In math, a lot of times there are ambiguities. Mathematicians try to make rules as precise as possible.”

Depending on where in the world you learned math, as Mashable reported, determines how you can solve the problem.

There is the PEMDAS method: the order of operations is Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction, typically from left to right.

There is also the BODMAS method: Brackets, Orders, Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction.

So, the answer is 1.

The answer also is 16.

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Democrats hit back against Trump tariffs in debate: 'He betrayed American families'

Democrats’ shift to the left giving Trump an advantage in 2020?

Mercury Managing Director Bryan Lanza and Democratic Strategist Robin Biro on the latest Democratic debate and the outlook for the 2020 presidential race.

During the second Democratic debate in Detroit on Wednesday night, some candidates pushed against the slew of tariffs that President Trump has levied against China, as well as traditional American allies.

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“He betrayed the American people, he betrayed American families, and he will lose this election,” said Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii., also said she would not keep Trump’s China tariffs – a 25 percent tax on goods worth $250 billion — in place if she won the election next November, citing the “ravaging and devastating effect” they’ve had on farmers and manufacturers across the country.

Last week, the Trump administration rolled out a second aid package worth $16 billion to help those caught in the crosshairs of the trade war, which began more than a year ago.

Pilgrim’s Pride Q2 Profit Rises

Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. (PPC) reported that its second-quarter net income attributable to the company rose to $170.07 million or $0.68 per share from $106.54 million or $0.43 per share in the prior year.

Adjusted earnings per share was $0.69 compared to $0.45 in the prior year.

Net sales were $2.843 billion, compared to $2.837 billion last year.

Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected the company to report earnings of $0.62 per share and revenues of $2.88 billion. Analysts’ estimates typically exclude special items.

Twitter Users Roast John Delaney For Day-Late Comeback To Elizabeth Warren

Presidential hopeful John Delaney made a feeble attempt at redemption on Wednesday, tweeting a retort to Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren’s burn from almost 24 hours earlier.

The millionaire businessman and former Maryland congressman was “[murdered] on national television” by Warren on night one of the debates, according to Twitter users. After Delaney referred to “Medicare for All” as “fairy-tale economics,” Warren shot back. 

“I don’t understand why anybody goes to all the trouble of running for president of the United States just to talk about what we really can’t do and shouldn’t fight for,” Warren responded, prompting an onslaught of quips about both Delaney and his campaign being dead as a result.

One quick-thinker even changed Delaney’s Wikipedia page to reflect his date and cause of death: “Democrat debate by Senator Elizabeth Warren.”

After what some speculated was a sleepless night for Delaney, on Wednesday — a full day after his public murder — he shot back on Twitter:

Twitter, of course, responded accordingly.

What is Joe30330? Joe Biden appears to misspeak while pitching his text messaging number for voters

Former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during the second of two Democratic presidential primary debates hosted by CNN Wednesday, July 31, 2019, in the Fox Theatre in Detroit. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya) (Photo: Paul Sancya, AP)

Joe Biden misspoke in his closing statement at Wednesday’s Democratic debate, mistakenly telling voters to go to Joe30330, rather than “text Joe30330.”

Pete Buttigieg’s campaign pounced almost immediately.

Joe30330.com not re-directs to a fundraising page for the South Bend, Indiana, mayor.

Asking voters to text a custom number is a common way for campaigns to gather donor information. But Biden’s flub sent people to a website that doesn’t exist.

If you send a text to Joe30330 now, you will get a fundraising pitch from the Biden campaign, asking for your support and to donate to his effort.

Supporters texting to Joe Biden's campaign received a fundraising solicitation. (Photo: Fritze, John)