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No, slightly under. The ideal weight for someone 5' 4" is between 120lbs and 150lbs.

Q: Is 116 pounds overweight for someone who is 5'4?

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Did you mean 5'4? When I was 12, I was 116 pounds at 5'5. .

No not at all ! Idk if its the average for a 13 years old but you defiantly ARNT overwieght !

2 + 6 + 8 + 16 + 30 + 54 = 116.

116/2 = 54 54/2 = 27 27/3 =9 9/3 =3

Unfortunatly, theese measurements make you OBESE!

It is (54 + 62)/2 = 116/2 = 58

54 pounds is about 4 stone.

There are 16 ounces in one pound. Therefore, 54 ounces is equal to 54 / 16 = 3.375 pounds or 3 pounds 6 ounces.

Your BMI (body mass index) is 20, so no, you are not overweight. Your BMI is calculated by dividing your weight in kilograms by (your length times your length) in meters. For example: you are 120 pounds = 54,4 kg you are 5'5 = 1.65 m 54/(1.65x1.65) = 19,98 = 20 And if your BMI is between 17 and 24 you are not overweight. So you are not overweight =]

Depending on sex its not normal, for women it is slightly overweight and by about 21 pounds max. For a male its normal but still not healthy, especially since the male should be behind the female in puberty growth and etc. He would be about 21 pounds max. overweight. But overall 100 pounds is the average healthy weight for that size. -Dikarius

54 pounds is about 24.494 kilograms.

54 grams is equivalent to 0.119 pounds.