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Female Ideal Weight - Above Average Height
The average height of a woman in the US is 5-foot-4. When considering the weight and height ratio, a 5-foot-5 woman should weigh between 113 and 138, 5-foot-6 between 117 and 143 and 5-foot-7 between 122 and 149. The weight and height ratios continue to increase at approximately 4.5 pounds at the low end and 5.5 pounds at the high end of the range, per inch of height. A 6-foot-tall woman's ideal weight range is 144 to 176 pounds and a 7-foot-tall woman's range is 198 to 242 pounds.
Male Ideal Weight -- Under 6 Feet Tall
Men have an ideal weight range similar to that of women, but their weights are higher per inch. A man who is 5 feet 11 inches tall has an ideal weight range of 155 to 189 pounds, which is significantly higher than the 140- to 171-pound range for women. Men under 6 feet tall can determine their ideal weight without consulting a height-to-weight ratio table by starting at 5-foot-11 and a weight of 155 to 189 pounds. Simply subtract 5 to 6 pounds per inch from the low of 155 pounds, and 6 to 7 pounds per inch from the high of 189 pounds. Thus, a 5-foot-5 man has a range of 122 to 150 pounds and a 5-foot-tall man has an ideal weight range between 95 and 117 pounds. Are There Ideal Weight and Height Ratios LIVESTRONG COM
have the very same problem on my bush stove though have just found the problem out, on the oven switch looking inside has all the wires but what hidden and needs taking out it s fuse near the knob and cannot be seen until taken out and your see this thermal fuse blown this stops all power to inside stove light no power then to thermostat oven temp everythings dead,
ive tested everything untill ive looked at replacment parts and then your shown a fuse of 240 vol when do they put this in such a place clear to have use all have to call out an engineer, ive beaten the system
The fuse for the instrument panel is the one under the hood.It is a 10 amp fuse.Just look under the cover of the fuse panel and it will have a list of the fuses.This fuse is for the i.p.panel and the drivers info center.As for your second question.No I can`t say that I have seen this problem.Hope this helps.Good luck.
hey guys really need major help...2006 range rover sport hse radio audio keeps on coming on and off..ive checked and tested fuse and still no luck ...what did i miss ? is there something else i need to look?
If you are referring to the Tasco 5x20mm Golf range finding scope, Then you look through the scope and view the hole with a flag in it. Place the hole at the baseline as seen through the reticle, then read the numbers off the line at the top of the flag. I believe these are in tens of yards, not meters. So: 15 through the scope would actually be 150 yards. Finding the range to objects other-than the hole flag might be possible if you could accurately estimate how tall a hole flag would appear at the location you are looking at. 5x magnification is enough that it might help to stand with feet slightly apart and hold the scope with both hands to help steady the image. I can see the image wiggle with my shaky hands and heart beat. I'm sorry that I can't help select the best iron or driver for each range. That will be up to you or a good caddy. I hope this helps some. Good luck, Bentley
The two most common problems Ive seen that fit this description are, incorrect voltage going to the water heater or the fill tube on the inlet side of the unit has broken off in the tank. The voltage problem can be checked with a tester. Ive seen breakers go bad and cause this. The fill tube can be checked by removing the cold water connection at the tank and feeling to see if the tube is still hanging there. Hope this helps.
I have never heard of strutmaster, but the air to coil kits that ive seen have been done by a group called british atlantic. They are Land Rover nuts that do this and have the resources to shut the light off, check out there website these guys are the best
ps dealerships cant do conversions because the manufacturerdoesnt allow it.