Original: Bishop and Burleton (2009) propose three macro-level indicators [call them A, B, and C] that, individually or combined, can effectively measure a worker’s employment prospects in a given region.
In the above sentence, I want to replace "individually or combined" with "in some combination". The combination can look like any of these:Intended change: ... propose three macro-level indicators that, in some combination, can effectively measure ...
Just one: A or B or C
Two: A+B or A+C or B+C
All three: A+B+C
I want to know if "in some combination" will be correct to use?