David Dussault
Adjunct Lecturer of MathematicsMathematics
South 322
5852455386
dussault@geneseo.edu
David Dussault has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2004.
Office Hours
 Tues. & Thur. / 7:30  8:30 (am)
 after class 12:20 2:00
 or by appointment
More About Me
 Course Smart textbook site
 Chegg where you may rent college textbooks, ours and others
 MyCourses (Homework Assignments & Course Materials)
 TI Site to Download Graphic Calculators to your computer (Choose Downloads Tab  Select SDK)
 Cengage.com (Rent or Download Text / individual chapters, 1st chapter FREE)
 SOFI Link
Interests
Golf, hunting, riding my bicycle, taking walks with my wife
Classes

MATH 213: R/Applied Calculus I
The student will be introduced to the mathematics of linear systems and to the concepts, methods and applications of calculus. Mathematical questions arising in business and the life and social sciences will be modeled and solved using these tools. Topics to be covered include linear systems of equations, matrix techniques, functions, limits, continuity, differentiation and integration. The approach will be graphical, numerical and analytic. Prerequisites: Precalculus or the equivalent. Not available to students with credit for MATH 221. Offered every semester