The first chart below plots your weight across the horizontal axis, with pounds across the top, and, if you prefer, kilograms across the bottom. Your height is plotted on the vertical axis with meters on the left and feet/inches on the right.
The second set of charts provides numerical values for your body mass index to help you answer "What is my BMI?"
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To find your body mass index, simply find the point on the chart where your height and weight intersect.
The dashed lines above represent further granularity within regions. For example, you may divide the underweight category severely underweight, moderately underweight or mildly underweight. The chart above does not provide body mass index values. You can use the body mass index charts below for more exact values.
For those that want exact calculations, the following sites will help:
Finally, if you are looking for the formulas to calculate your body mass index, you can find them on our BMI formulas page.
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