There are many different types of parakeets and therefore many different 'ideal weights'. The most common pet parakeet is the budgerigar whose ideal weight is about 30-40 grams. There are dozens of parrot species that are referred to as "parakeets." The most commonly kept species is the budgerigar (Melopsittacus undulatus) also known as the budgie. Even within this species, there are two main types: the larger, heavier, huskier-looking English Budgie that is bred for show, and the smaller, more slender North American type. The slender type, which is found in most American and Canadian pet stores and animal shelters, is usually between 30 and 35 grams when fully grown. Young budgies will be smaller. If you have concerns about your pet's weight, you should consult a qualified avian veterinarian. Some birds with health problems may need to be weighed daily and your vet can teach you how to do this.
There is no ideal weight and there is no reason why there is no ideal weight.
Ideal weight is worked out by height not age. Ideal weight is worked out by height not age.
The appropriate unit for weight is Newtons.
The ideal weight for a swimmer is atleast less then 50kg
56 is the ideal weight for 5.4 woman
Your ideal weight will depend on your height. There are weight charts online just do a search for it.
The ideal weight for a teenage girl is around 120
Th Ideal weight for her is kg.
To know the ideal weight you must tell your height and age. Cos ideal weight is determined by two main factors # height # age