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Is the sentence

We cannot evaluate A exactly, thus neither B(A), and have to rely on ...

okay? If not, what about

We cannot evaluate A exactly, thus also not B(A), and have to rely on ...

?

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You sentences are almost correct, the first and second phrases need to be joined, and a subsequent choice needs to be introduced

We cannot evaluate A exactly, and thus neither B(A), therefore we have to rely on ...

You sentence is saying that since A cannot be solved B(A) (function B using A) also cannot be solved, so something else must be used

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