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Since θ0 is stable in X0 , we may extend ρ0 to a projective representation ρ0 : X0 → GL(W0 ). We may choose ρ0 such that its factor set τ0 ∈ Z 2 (X0 , K ), being inflated from G0 , has order dividing |Z| = exp (N0 ). Let x ∈ X, and let ti x = xi tix be as in Sec. 2 (with xi ∈ X0 ). Then ρ(x) = ⊗nix=1 ρ0 (xi ) defines a projective representation of X tensor induced from ρ0 which extends ρ and has factor set n τ0 (x, y) = τ0 (xi , yix ). i=1 This τ0 is co-induced from τ0 (and inflated from G). xi tix and so i (hi ) We have hx = ρ(hx ) = ⊗nix=1 ρ0 (hxi i ) = ρ(x)−1 ρ(h)ρ(x).

Cartan Invariants and Blocks Let B be a block of X. We say that an irreducible Brauer character ϕ of X belongs to B, ϕ ∈ IBr(B), provided dχϕ = 0 for some χ ∈ Irr(B). 2a. Let B be a block of X, and let ϕ ∈ IBr(B). Then dχϕ = 0 whenever χ does not belong to B, and ϕ is a Z-linear combination of the χp for χ ∈ Irr(B). Moreover: (i) The associated “projective character” ϕ = χ∈Irr(B) dχϕ χ vanishes off p-regular elements, its degree ϕ(1) is divisible by pa , and it satisfies ϕ, ϕ p = 1 and ϕ, ψ p = 0 for ϕ = ψ in IBr(X).

Let kh = kh (B) be the number of irreducible characters in B of height h, so that k(B) = h≥0 kh . Let χ ∈ Irr(B) be of height zero. 3a, pa−d is a nonzero integer with p-part equal to phζ . From pd nχ = pd (pd mχχ ) = we get pd nχ ≥ n2χ + (k0 − 1) + k(B) ≤ h≥0 1 1 χ, χ = pa−d pa−d h≥1 1 pa−d χ, ζ n2ζ ζ∈Irr(B) kh p2h . It follows that 1 kh p2h ≤ 1 + pd nχ − n2χ ≤ 1 + p2d , 4 because t → pd t − t2 takes its maximum in t = 2h ≤ 41 p2d and so h≥1 kh ≤ 41 p2d−2 . h≥1 kh p 1 d 2p . We also see that Suppose there is a character ζ ∈ Irr(B) with height h = hζ > 0.