Recently this question was edited so as to have two separate questions within the same post (after the OP tried to ask me the second question directly in comments on an unrelated question and I pointed out that that wasn't appropriate for comments).
Searching the meta reveals some questions about multiple questions appearing in a single post but they all seem to pertain to elementary questions, questions by new users or posts in which the intended question is unclear; none of which are the case here.
The behaviour shown in the linked question feels slightly wrong to me, though I cannot precisely put my finger on why (so this may be the wrong response on my part).
Below I give some potential reasons that I came up with that the behaviour doesn't match the expectation for the site. Are any of them, or any other reasons, good reasons that this behaviour isn't okay or is my initial gut reaction simply wrong?
The two questions are (tenuously?) related since both arise from background in the same section of a textbook but otherwise are quite different and will have different (and possibly lengthy) answers.
One potential problem then is that it is less likely that answers to this question will be useful to many others since they will be bloated and address multiple issues.
A second potential issue is that the second question shows little effort to reach a solution on the part of the user (the question is of the form "does $x$ imply $y$?" with no attempt at a solution); though it does have some relevant context since this context already appeared for the first question before the edit.
If I'm honest, another reason I'm uncomfortable is that editing this question rather than asking a new one seems like an attempt to just exploit the bounty system so that a single bounty can be placed on two questions and so that the user doesn't have to wait to offer a bounty on the second question.