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My book offers this statement with no proof, i have been searching in other books with no luck !

I'm beginning to question whether or not the statement is valid at all !

Here it goes:

"Every group G of order n is isomorphic to a subgroup of GLn(R)"

Could someone please help me out with this?

I'd greatly appreciate it.

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# Isomorphism with GLn(R)

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