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# I need help in Python for Beginners

I CANT SEEM TO FIND THE SOLUTION FOR THE BMI CALCULATOR. SORRY IF EVERYTHING IS IN CAPSLOCK.

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Your code seems to have a lots of errors weight = float(input()) Same with height height = float(input()) Put the height**2 in parentheses like this: (height**2) edit: sorry for the parentheses correction, I am only wrong 😕😅

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∆BH∆Y is right (except you don't need parentheses around height**2 because exponentiation is evaluated before division)

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not everything is capslock: question title and tag are not... so you don't have any excuse for that... (and even all caps, that's not a good excuse at all... how could you code if you have capslock blocked ^^)

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ty but it says that there is a syntax error in where it says elif bmi >= 18.5 and < 25

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Thank you guys all so much for helping me!

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George You just have to add the same variable to second condition after the 'and'. For Example: 🔹elif bmi >= 18.5 and < 25: # Should Be 🔹elif bmi >= 18.5 and bmi < 25: ________________________________ weight = int(input()) height = float(input()) bmi = weight / height**2 if bmi < 18.5: print("Underweight") elif bmi >= 18.5 and bmi < 25: primt("Normal") elif bmi >= 25 and bmi < 30: print("Overweight") else bmi >= 30: print("Obesity") ________________________________

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for some reason when i wrote the body of my question everything was capitalised

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ok weight = input(int()) height = input(float()) bmi = weight / height**2 if bmi < 18.5: print("Underweight") elif bmi >= 18.5 and < 25: primt("Normal") elif bmi >= 25 and < 30: print("Overweight") else bmi >= 30: print("Obesity")

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ok ill take a look at it

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