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  1. amethyst

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    10% of your body weight?

    i WAS 16 stone... (224 pounds)

    what would my 10% be?

    thankyou
     
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    22.4 pounds or almost 2 stone
     
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    how do you work it out please?

    thanks
     
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    Hi Amethyst

    If your starting weight was 224, 10% (or a tenth) of that is 22lb. To get a very rough calculation just take off the last digit (4) so for example if your starting weight was 283, 10% is 28lb... Ive probably confused you even more now lol

    So when you have lost 22lb and your weight is 202lb (14st 6lb) you will have lost 10% of your starting weight.
     
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    On a calculator 224 divided by 10.
     
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    ah got it now.. thankyou...
     
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