To work out your BMI all you need is your height and weight

Your BMI is your body mass index you use it to work out if you are the correct weight of your height

BMI around 24 is healthy Work yours out yourself: BMI = Weight (Kg) / Height (metres)2.

The fomular tho work out your BMI is:BMI=Weight(kilos(kg))/(height(meters)squared)

type in bmi calculator on google and it will come up with a website where you can enter your details and it will give you your results

If you measure how tall he/she is, you can work out their 'bmi'. This tells you whether they are overweight, underweight, normal, obese etc. However, by the sound of it, no. I don't believe this weight is overweight.To work out his/her 'bmi', the formula is:Body Mass Index (BMI) = weight ÷ (height)²Obese = 30 and over Overweight = 25 and over (BMI) Underweight = 20 and Under

BMI is weight/(height*height) in kg and metres, a good BMI for adult females is between 20 and 25. You need to work out the weight not the BMI. About 49 to 60 kg or 108 lb to 132 lb.

It's mainly down to the BMI but do not be surprised if this comes out strange as it does not work always work fully/ as good as poss. on young adults/ kids! I calculated the BMI myself and it came out as 21.80 which is basically the ideal weight. Here is the chart in which you find out which category you fall into: Recommended BMI Chart Underweight BMI less than 18.5 Ideal BMI 18.5-25 Overweight BMI 25-30 Obese BMI 30-40 Very obese BMI greater than 40 So don't worry about it and make sure the BMI doesn't get too high. Hope this helps! P.S. the chart is an official chart (not something I have made up)

There are different sites to find the ideal BMI using a BMI calculator. Here are some sites: www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/, or also www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/bminojs.htm.

there are many ways to measure bmi. bmi can be measured simply on the computer. go to this site and put in your weight and height and it will give you your bmi. http://www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/bmi-m.htm

to measure your bmi you also need to know your weight as bmi is your body fat based on height and weight. go to this site to mease your bmi http://www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/bmi-m.htm

In my area its about 18.6, 19. But if your below about 17 then your underweight. But if you have been the way you are your whole life and you have a bmi of like 17 then your healthy. bmi standers dont work that well. I was 17.8 and i was perfectly healthy

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

"A BMI scale is used to calculate BMI or Body Mass Index; additionally, a BMI chart, formula, or a standard BMI calculator may be used to calculate BMI or Body Mass Index as well."

a BMI is your body measure identifier. so techneclaly a bmi is not considered "good for you".

To work out your BMI you need to use your height and weight. Use the following formula. BMI = Weight(kg) divided by Height2(m2) or BMI = Weight(lb) times 703 divided by height2(in2) or BMI = Weight(lb) times 4.88 divided by Height2(ft2)

According to the BMI results, you are underweight however the BMI doesn't work well with those that aren't adults.1.44*1.44 = 2.07..35/2.07.. = 16.9...BMI Categories:Underweight = Normal weight = 18.5-24.9Overweight = 25-29.9Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater

Yes, a BMI is considered to be quite thin. A healthy BMI ranges from 18 to 24 in females. A BMI < 18 may be associated with anorexia. Yes, a BMI of 19 is considered to be quite thin. A healthy BMI ranges from 18 to 24 in females. A BMI < 18 may be associated with anorexia.

There really is no average BMI, although the healthy BMI range is 18.5-24.9, roughly.

The body mass index (BMI), contrary to popular belief, does not measure body fat. It is simply a ratio that compares an individuals height to their weight.

NO! that is a very high bmi.

bmi stands for body mass index and it is used to measure body fat based on height and weight. http://www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/bmi-m.htm

Yes. BMI does effect the heart rate. With more BMI, more will be the heart rate. With lesser BMI lesser will be the heart/pulse rate

Bmi =weight in kgs/ (height in metres)2

The best BMI is between 18.5 and 24.9.

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