As there are an infinite number of time frames, does that mean that the probability of two things happening at the(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); exactsame time is one in infinity? (For example, two arrows hitting a target simultaneously).

If so, what is the probability of three things happening at the same time? Less than one in infinity?

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# Probability of two things happening at the same time

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