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Q: What is the BMI of a person who is 5 ft. 6 in. tall and weighs 186 lbs?

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Her BMI is: 35

The BMI is 17.6. This number is under the "Underweight" section of the BMI scale. A much healthier weight for a person this tall is somewhere around 104 pounds.

Somebody weighing 200 pounds at 6'0 would have a BMI of 27.1.

A person at that height and weight would have a BMI of 23.4, which is in the healthy weight range.

The BMI does not take into account body composition at all with its measurement. For example, a person with is 5 feet tall and weighs 110 pounds has a BMI of around 21. -- These are the measurements for my 8-year old daughter. Now, I also have a sister-in-law who is 5 feet 1 inch tall, she is a serious bodybuilder, and she weighs 125 pounds, making her BMI over 23. My sister-in-law is DEFINITELY NOT "fatter" than my 8 year old girl, yet her BMI is higher than my daughter.

Somebody weighing 8 stone 11 pounds at 5'4 would have a BMI of about 21.2, which is in the healthy weight range.

First converting everything for calculation:186 lbs = 84.3682 kg;5 ft = 60 in;60 + 10 in = 70 in;According to the BMI Calculation for Males the result is a BMI of 26.69 which is Overweight

It's a BMI of 19.2 - just into the normal weight category; I'm the same weight/ height

The BMI of a 70-inch tall, 202-pound person would be about 29.

No your bmi is in normal range your healthy

depends on how tall you are and your age. Do a search for BMI calculator and you'll find out more.

According to a BMI calculator somewhere around 145 lbs. That gives a 5'6 person that weighs 145lbs a BMI of 23.4. And that falls within the 18.5-24.9 normal BMI rate.

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