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Non-mathematician with a question about sampling an unusual distribution

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Monte Carlo could work or you could isolate for sample theta with mu regression (just an idea, idk how well you need your mean to distribute when integrated.
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Are particularly interested in the behavior for large N and/or small epsilon? Or you want your approximation to work for all N and epsilon?

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