I am working with a pressure sensor that has a "Sensitivity" rating with units of ?V/V/mmHg. I believe ?V is the output voltage, V is the excitation voltage (for the wheatstone bridge), and of course mmHg is the pressure you are sensing. My question is: when trying to calculate the expected ?V output, would I do something like this?

(?V/V/mmHg sensitivity rating)/(excitation votage V * pressure in mmHg)

You can't just do standard "order of operations" to calculate this, right? e.g. X divided by Y, then divide that by Z? X/(Y/Z)...?

Any help would be appreciated.