Product of Irreducible Characters

  • Published : 2002.09.01


In this paper we prove that tile property of product irreducible characters is, if $\Phi$$\in$$\textit{Irr(H)}$ and $\Theta$$\in$$\textit{Irr(K)}$ are faithful, then $\Phi$$\times\theta$ is faithful if and only if │$\textit{Z(H)}$│ and │$\textit{Z(K)}$│ are relative primes where G=$\textit{H}\times\textit{K}$.



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