# Limiting distribution of random variables with different distributions

We have that $X_1,X_2,...$ are iid exponential variables having mean 1. $Y_1,Y_2,...$ are iid Poisson random variables having mean 1. $Z_1, Z_2,...$ are iid standard normal random variables. $X_i, Y_i, Z_i$ are all independent.

$$V_n = \frac{\sum (X_i-Y_i+Z_i)}{\sum Y_i^2}$$

I am trying to find the pdf of the limiting distribution of the sequence $V_1,V_2,...$

We can use the CLT and let $T_i = X_i-Y_i+Z_i$ and therefore we have $$\frac{\sum T_i}{\sqrt{n}\sigma_T}$$ where $\sigma_T$ is the standard deviation of the $T_i$. Additionally, $V_n$ can be expressed as a product of two or three factors, with one factor being easily dealt with using the weak law of large numbers, another factor being easily dealt with using the CLT, and the third may be a constant.

But I am unsure where to take it from here to get the limiting distribution

Hint: $\frac{\sum T_i}{\sqrt{n}\sigma_T}$ converges in distribution to a standard Normal random variable by the CLT, and $\frac{\sum_i Y_i^2}{n}$ converges in probability to $2$ by the WLLN. Then apply Slutsky's theorem.