All,

I'm facing with a simple probability problem.

I have a even symmetry function p[k],

p[k] = 0 if |k| > K. p[k] can be any finite even symmetry function.

And I have the same length of random noise n[k].

n[k] follows normal distribution with a variance $\displaystyle \sigma^2$.

Now I want to find a distribution of following;

$\displaystyle

t = \frac{\sum k \cdot d[k]}{\sum d[k]}\\

$

where $\displaystyle d[k]=p[k]+n[k] $. After MATLAB simulation, I realize that $\displaystyle t$ follows a normal distribution. But I cannot derive it.

Would you please give me a hint to solve this problem?

Thanks in advance.