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v Is the following statement a biconditional? If Shannon is watching a Tigers game, then it is on television.

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Answer to a math question v Is the following statement a biconditional? If Shannon is watching a Tigers game, then it is on television.

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Answer: It is not a biconditional statement because it is not stated that "if and only if".

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