How does the theory of probability work in an equation whose parts are additive infinities of different powers that are in randomised changes in the infinities powers?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

written example infinity to the first power infinity (both infinities are the same infinity but the resulting infinity would be much larger)

I said it was a stupid question but the point is how does the theory of probability deal with infinities which as infinities are not numbers.

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