When considering the question:
Rewrite the following using only the symbols $A, B, \lor, \land, \neg$ : $$\neg(A\Rightarrow B)$$
I do not understand how to interpret this and what method to use to show the statement in a different form. If A and B are statements, should I assume that $A \Rightarrow B$ is true and then look for a false statement?
The answer is $A\land \neg B$