biconditionality

Biconditional vs Biconditionality - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between biconditional and biconditionality

is that biconditional is (logic) an "if and only if" conditional wherein the truth of each term depends on the truth of the other while biconditionality is (mathematics) the condition of being biconditional.

As an adjective biconditional

is having two conditions.