Typically, professional astronomers have a PhD in astrophysics, or something similar. This requires a lot of mathematics, physics and some chemistry, and would take about six to seven years of university study, full-time. Amateur astronomers can and do make contributions to the field, but it doesn't pay.
Sumerians contributed to the world so much because they made so many innovations! There are too many too list, but you could probably research more... Some of the inventions the Sumerians made were the umbrella, the wheel, cuneiform (writing), the sail, chariots, written laws, math that we partially still use today, the game of checkers, and much more.
Plato contributed to the world by his discoveries in philosophy, science, and mathematics. He was known for discussing a wide variety of philosophical topics and for making people question the things around them. Please consider using this information to help you with learning about the contributions Plato made! ☺
Archimedes contributed to physics by discovering Archimedes' Principle, the law that an object submerged in a fluid is acted upwards upon by a force equal to the displaced weight. In mathematics, he provided the proof that an area of a portion of a parabola is 4/3 the area of a corresponding triangle.
Mathematics is vital for economics and finance because it allows the formation, interpretation, and use of models, using mathematical tools, that can represent parts of the economy and how they interact. By creating these models, we can better understand economics and apply solutions to increase efficiency and make better outcomes. Mathematics is more fundamental now in this field than it has ever been and much of advanced economics deals primarily in advanced applied mathematics and…