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## irreducible constituent in Normal subgroup [closed]

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irreducible constituent in Normal subgroup

Let $G$ be a finite group and $N$ be a normal subgoup of G. Suppose that $\chi \in Irr(G)$. If $\theta , \lambda \in Irr(G)$, such that $[\chi_{N}, \theta]>0$ , $[\chi_{N}, \lambda]>0$, is it true that $\theta(1)=\lambda(1)$?

On the other hand, irreducible constituents of $\chi_{N}$ are uniqe?

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This is a duplicate of mathoverflow.net/questions/105513/…, so I have voted to close. (Peter-click on "edit" to make changes to your question, rather than posting a new question.) – Joel David Hamkins Aug 26 at 10:49