You should be able to solve this.
>>1501141250 50 either it is or it isn't
>>15011412This is really well made.
the time wasted designing this question could've been used for something with utility
>>15011510It's about crime statistics. The utility is how amazingly subtle the humor is.
>>15011637oh shit lol, i didn't noticethey even used watermelon
>>1501141211.5, solved it with Excel
>>15011412X: # rotten fruitsY: # total fruitsP(random fruit f is rotten): (P(random rotten fruit is f)*X)/(P(random fruit is f)*Y)SoP(random W is rotten) = (.52/.13)*(X/Y)P(random A is rotten) = (.24/.69)*(X/Y)P(W_r)/P(A_r) = (.52*.69)/(.13*.24) = 11.5So a randomly chosen watermelon is 11.5 times more likely to be rotten than a randomly chosen apple.
41% of apples who identify as watermelons spontaneously become rotten