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User guide

The Body Mass Index (BMI) calculation application is a useful tool to assess the relationship between a person's weight and height. In this guide, you will learn how to use the application to calculate your BMI based on weight in kilograms and height in meters.

BMI Calculation

  1. In the application interface, you will find two separate input fields: one to enter your weight in kilograms and the other for height in meters.

  2. Input your weight in the designated weight field.

  3. Input your height in the designated height field.

  4. Once both weight and height are entered, the application will automatically calculate your BMI based on the provided values.

Displaying the Result

  1. After entering weight and height, the calculated BMI result will be displayed in the application's output area.

  2. You will see your BMI, representing the Body Mass Index, displayed on the page.

Interpreting the Result

  1. Compare your BMI with standard BMI categories to determine which range you fall into.

  2. Common BMI categories include underweight, normal weight, overweight, and obesity.

New Calculation (Optional)

  1. If you wish to calculate BMI with new values, simply clear the input fields and input new data.

Using the Information

  1. Once you have obtained your BMI, you can use this information to assess your weight status in relation to your height.

  2. BMI is a general assessment tool and can provide indications of health, but it may not account for all individual factors.


The Body Mass Index (BMI) calculation application is a useful tool to assess the relationship between weight and height. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you will be able to easily calculate your BMI and get a general indication of your weight status. Keep in mind that BMI is only an approximate indication and may not fully reflect your overall health.

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