It all depends on the weight in kilograms and height in metres. Weight (KG) / (Height (M) * Height (M)) To Simplify, Square your height first (Height (M)) x 2 = Answer Then Divide your weight, by your height Weight (KG) / (Height Answer) [The answer from the previous step]

There is no weight ratio for height. The weight of an object depends on its the volume and density. The volume depends on the height as well as the average cross section so height, alone, cannot determine weight.

A height weight scale bases your height and weight in order to get your bmi. your bmi tells your doctor if you are in the healthy weight range or if you need to lose

For height: With clothes (unless they add to your height) NO SHOES! For Weight: 1)no clothes* 2)subtract weight of clothes from weight. *includes shoes

The units that should be used on a height and weight chart for a child are feet and inches for height and pounds and ounces for weight. For height you can also use centimetres.