Our professor asked us to show/prove this: "If A, then B.". We already did everything that we could to answer the given problem; but still we couldn't get the answer.
There really an answer to this??
thanks in advance...
As written it is a nonsense question.
Did you leave critical information out? What are A & B?
If A is false then "If A then B" is true regardless of what B is.
If B is true then "If A then B" is true regardless of what A is.
The only time then "If A then B" is false is when A is true and B is false.
As Plato has already asked, what are A and B? "Given A, show B" is not always possible. For example when A is "x > 0" and B is "x^2 = -25" you cannot possibly show that, given x > 0 that x^2 = -25. It is impossible.
You need to be much more specific if you expect to have this question answered.
-Dan