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2009-08-07 02:08:44
2009-08-07 02:08:44

It depends on your age & your height.


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For a teenage girl your supposed to check your weight every month and maintain it.Not gain or lose

the average teenage girl takes between a half hour to 1 hour.

rich....$1.243.55 average.....$178.42 poor...49.44

well i am 163cm and i weigh 45 kg. that is the average

I have a feeling that you have to be weigh 90-100

It all depends on height. A girl that is about 5'4" should weigh about 115 on average. However, someone taller should weigh more and someone shorter should weigh less.

A girl who is 4'7'' should weight between 90 and 100 pounds.

depends on her height. at 5'5 130 pounds is the average weight.

It really depends on her height. If the girl is let's say 5'4 the average weight is like 114. If they are shorter they'd probably weigh less and if they are taller they weigh more. Hope i answered your question :)

the average weight is about 145-160.

Her weight depends on how tall she is

Depends on age. Through the span of teenage age (13-19) The average is 150. Everyone's body is designed differently, some taller and shorter. (This is just for the "average" person.)

An average 8 year old girl should weigh aproxamently 4.67 kilos

The average age of a 5'4 girl should be 11.A girl that's 5"4 should weigh 120lbs to 130lbs depending on their body frame size.

The average weight would be 105-125 lbs. so you should be good.

The average weight of 15 month baby girl is 23.36 pounds.

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most teenage girls think they weigh too much even if they don't........

It completely depends on your height, weight, how much sport you do etc.. but especially height.

Depends on the store But any where from 60 to 100 dollars min

about 80 pounds or less if you are more start exercising

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