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Statistical methods have been broadly used to draw helpful information for various real applications in social science and engineering. Today, students are advised to have a good understanding on Statistics and be familiar with using statistical methods. However, most students in Business School or Liberal Arts School in Taiwan often feel intractable in learning statistical methods because of their weak basis of Mathematics. In this paper, I share my experience on teaching Statistics and illustrate some good explanations to statistical formulas based on practice viewpoints. An example regarding the quality assurance of smart cards is used to explain how to develop an asymptotic acceptance sampling plan according to the real operation conditions. A numerical study is conducted to discuss the merit and shortcoming of using censoring schemes. The estimation performance of maximum likelihood for various types of data is evaluated in terms of the bias and mean squared error through the aids of statistical software. These are useful to enhance students' interest in learning Statistics and make learning Statistics be more interesting and realistic to students in class.

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