When i random infinity in a calculator, it gives me an error.

same for C++ rand() function

Why not?

Equipment:

1) If i have a dice with infinite sides, 1 through infinity so, a sphere.

2) The size of the side of the die is arbitrarily close to, but greater than: Zero.

3) My die is a perfect sphere, so it has infinity sides.

Technical Reference:

1) The probability of rolling and getting any number is 1. Its because when I roll my die, it must return one value. Thus 1 will he the numerator.

2) The number of numbers we may get is infinity, because my dice has infinity sides. Infinity will me the denominator

Scenario:

1) When i roll a sphere, it stops with a point.

2) in this case, I get the number 2. arbitrarily close to, but greater than Zero.

3) The probability of me getting this number: 1/infinity=infinitesimal.

4) Which share the same probability to roll the number 10*10^100

5) Which share the same probability to roll the number 99*10^999

Randomizing Infinity:

Since randomizing infinitycanreturn apropervalue, e.g. 5, isn't randomizing infinity legitimate?

Other questions: Is infinity a valid value? Is infinitesimal a valid value? If no, then why is it possible for me to roll a sphere die? If yes, why is it/not a specific value?