## How many mathematicians does it take to change a lightbulb?

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None. You can always get a physicist to change it for you if you agree to help with some maths questions. As it happens I have some about the eigenvalue.vector spectrum of nonHermetian, nonpositive matrices.

I will proceed a computational search: try one mathematician and add another until the lightbulb is fixed. The resources are the only limiting factor.

Ummmm…One, lol =^/

I’d say if you can get one mathematician to change a bulb, and one changing a bulb implies the next will change the next bulb, all mathematicians will eventually change a light bulb.

Oh wait, the set of mathematicians is not well-ordered, is it?

none of course… just assume it has been changed.

0.999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 repeating.

None – it’s an already solved problem.

π or pi, 3.14…etc i think this is the obvious answer