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What is the BMI of someone weighing 130 pounds with the height 6 feet and 3 inches?

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By calculation (generator: ["first_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

6 feet and 3 inches is the first parameter of 6 feet and 3 inches and 130 pounds

6 feet and 3 inches is the first parameter of 6 feet and 3 inches and 130 pounds

By calculation (generator: ["second_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

130 pounds is the second parameter of 6 feet and 3 inches and 130 pounds

130 pounds is the second parameter of 6 feet and 3 inches and 130 pounds

By calculation (generator: ["pinstance@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 1: 6 feet and 3 inches is a length

Fact 1: 6 feet and 3 inches is a length

Fact 1
is true for
all time

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

length is a subclass of scalar quantity ([fact: ["1156546@trueknowledge.com"]])

length is a subclass of scalar quantity ([fact: ["1156546@trueknowledge.com"]])

By calculation (generator: ["scalar_quantity_translate1@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

6 feet and 3 inches commonly translates as "6 feet and 3 inches"

6 feet and 3 inches commonly translates as "6 feet and 3 inches"

6 feet and 3 inches
uniquely translates as
"the length 6 feet and 3 inches"

6 feet and 3 inches
uniquely translates as
"the height 6 feet and 3 inches"

By calculation (generator: ["pinstance@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 1: 130 pounds is a mass

Fact 1: 130 pounds is a mass

Fact 1
is true for
all time

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

mass is a subclass of scalar quantity ([fact: ["1156550@trueknowledge.com"]])

mass is a subclass of scalar quantity ([fact: ["1156550@trueknowledge.com"]])

By calculation (generator: ["scalar_quantity_translate1@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

130 pounds commonly translates as "130 pounds"

130 pounds commonly translates as "130 pounds"

130 pounds
uniquely translates as
"the mass 130 pounds"

By calculation (generator: ["second_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

feet and inches is the second parameter of 6 feet and 3 inches

feet and inches is the second parameter of 6 feet and 3 inches

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

feet and inches is a compound unit ([fact: ["243033026@trueknowledge.com"]])

feet and inches is a compound unit ([fact: ["243033026@trueknowledge.com"]])

feet and inches
is a
compound of two units
([fact: ["123942157@trueknowledge.com"]])

By calculation (generator: ["class_parametered_object@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

length is the class of the parametered object 6 feet and 3 inches

length is the class of the parametered object 6 feet and 3 inches

By calculation (generator: ["first_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

6 and 3 is the first parameter of 6 feet and 3 inches

6 and 3 is the first parameter of 6 feet and 3 inches

6
is the first parameter of
6 and 3

By calculation (generator: ["second_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

3 is the second parameter of 6 and 3

3 is the second parameter of 6 and 3

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

foot is the first unit of feet and inches ([fact: ["123942219@trueknowledge.com"]])

foot is the first unit of feet and inches ([fact: ["123942219@trueknowledge.com"]])

inch
is the second unit of
feet and inches
([fact: ["123942220@trueknowledge.com"]])

12
is the multiplier that converts
foot and inch
([fact: ["123969238@trueknowledge.com"]])

By calculation (generator: ["product@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

72 is the product of 6 and 12

72 is the product of 6 and 12

By calculation (generator: ["sum@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

75 is the sum of 72 and 3

75 is the sum of 72 and 3

By calculation (generator: ["parametered_object_corresponding_to@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

75 inches is the parametered object corresponding to length and 75 and inch

75 inches is the parametered object corresponding to length and 75 and inch

By calculation (generator: ["base_unit_equivalent@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

75 inches is the base unit equivalent of 6 feet and 3 inches

75 inches is the base unit equivalent of 6 feet and 3 inches

By calculation (generator: ["second_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

inch is the second parameter of 75 inches

inch is the second parameter of 75 inches

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

0 is the lowest point on the scale of inch ([fact: ["127395281@trueknowledge.com"]])

0 is the lowest point on the scale of inch ([fact: ["127395281@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 3:
1
is the multiplier that converts
inch and inch
([fact: ["684486508@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 3
is true for
all time
([fact: ["1050414406@trueknowledge.com"]])

By calculation (generator: ["timeperiodtopoint@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 3 is true at July 12th 2014, 00:02:17

Fact 3 is true at July 12th 2014, 00:02:17

By calculation (generator: ["now@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

The current time is July 12th 2014, 00:02:17

The current time is July 12th 2014, 00:02:17

By calculation (generator: ["first_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

75 is the first parameter of 75 inches

75 is the first parameter of 75 inches

By calculation (generator: ["difference@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

75 is the difference of 75 and 0

75 is the difference of 75 and 0

By calculation (generator: ["product@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

75 is the product of 1 and 75

75 is the product of 1 and 75

By calculation (generator: ["sum@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

75 is the sum of 75 and 0

75 is the sum of 75 and 0

By calculation (generator: ["equivalent_to4@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 4: 75 inches is equivalent to 6 feet and 3 inches

Fact 4: 75 inches is equivalent to 6 feet and 3 inches

Fact 4
is true at
July 12th 2014, 00:02:17

Fact 4:
inch
is the unit used in
75 inches

By calculation (generator: ["parameteredtranslate2@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

16.2 commonly translates as "16.2"

16.2 commonly translates as "16.2"

By calculation (generator: ["bmi_description@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

The BMI for a height of 6 feet and 3 inches and a weight of 130 pounds is 16.2. This is classified as underweight because it is less than 18.5. Normal is between 18.5 and 24.9. is the BMI description of 6 feet and 3 inches and 130 pounds

The BMI for a height of 6 feet and 3 inches and a weight of 130 pounds is 16.2. This is classified as underweight because it is less than 18.5. Normal is between 18.5 and 24.9. is the BMI description of 6 feet and 3 inches and 130 pounds

I used the following facts to provide this answer:

length is a subclass of scalar quantity

mass is a subclass of scalar quantity

feet and inches is a compound unit

feet and inches is a compound of two units

foot is the first unit of feet and inches

inch is the second unit of feet and inches

12 is or has been the multiplier that converts foot and inch

0 is the lowest point on the scale of inch

1 has always been the multiplier that converts inch and inch and will be forever

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