Quasirandom degree of quotient group is bounded below by quasirandom degree of whole group

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Suppose G is a finite group and N is a normal subgroup of G. The quasirandom degree of G is at least as much as the quasirandom degree of the quotient group G/N.

Here, quasirandom degree refers to the minimum possible degree of a nontrivial irreducible linear representation over the complex numbers.

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Facts used

  1. Degrees of irreducible representations of quotient group are contained in degrees of irreducible representations of group


The proof follows directly from Fact (1).