Say, I have three independent logical clauses, a, b, and c, and they are connected into one logical statement (a∧b∧c). How do I express this succinctly? Can I say, "a, b, and c are connected conjunctively?" I don't seem to get many hits for that construct on Google.
(This is a question about English language and usage, albeit in a very specific field, mathematical logics. I hope it's still on topic, here.)