Hua Li
    Department of Mathematics

Hua Li                                                       
Adjunct faculty
Department of Mathematics
Phone: 305-237-2431

Miami Dade College Kendall Campus
11011 S.W. 104th Street
Miami, FL 33176

 STA2023     Statistical Methods 

                     In classroom (IC):      Elementary Statistics A Step by Step Approach by Allan Bluman 8th Edition  (required)

                                                       Access to Connect Math (option)

                    Virtual College (VC): Purchase access to  My Math Lab (Course compass)  with access to e-book (required)

                                                      Elementary Statistics by Mario F. Triola 11th Edition  with access to My Math Lab (option)


Term Course ref# Date Schedule Time Classroom Format Media
Summer 2011-3 689955 06/18/12 - 07/27/12 M W 6:30 - 9:50P 9118 IC Web enhanced course through ANGEL 
Summer 2011-3 688158 05/07/12 - 07/27/12 T (appt) 8:00 - 9:00P Web VC Online through ANGEL Virtual College
Fall 2012-1  706982 08/27/12 - 12/21/12 M W 7:05 - 8:20P 9208 IC Web enhanced course through ANGEL 
Fall 2012-1  704462 08/27/12 - 12/21/12 T (appt) 8:00 - 9:00P Web VC Online through ANGEL Virtual College
Fall 2012-1  704463 08/27/12 - 12/21/12 T (appt) 8:00 - 9:00P Web VC Online through ANGEL Virtual College



                  After you register for web enhanced, you will have access to syllabus, videos, important formulas, 

                   Qs & As, homework solutions (IC) and tests (VC) through ANGEL using your MDC user name and password.

                      Half hour before class, please e-mail your questions in advance using your ANGEL or MDC e-mail with specified subject.

  Virtual College Home Page

  Graphing Calculator Help

 MS. Applied Statistics, University of Miami

 MS. Computer Information System, University of Miami

 MD. PhD., Wuhan Medical School



I believe if students understand why they need to know statistics, they will be more motivated to learn it. Statistics are used every day. 

Have you voted for a politician because he claimed his economic policies would lower the unemployment rate and increase the GDP? 

Have you chosen a surgery that your doctor said would extend your life expectancy by 10 years if successful, but had a 5% risk of serious side effects? 

Have you chosen to lower your insurance premiums by $30 per month by increasing the deductible from $500 to $1000? 

These are some of many everyday situations where a good understanding of statistics can serve as a guide to making better decisions.

Two of the best ways to learn statistics is by doing it and teaching it.

As an instructor, I will help you to be successful for the course.


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