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The general linear group $GL(n, \mathbb{C})$ has no proper subgroup of finite index.

It's easier to work within the potential quotient group. For any element from $GL_n(\mathbb C)$, it has $p$-th root for any prime number $p$. This property carries to any quotient group, hence we just ...
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