Q: If you weighed 150 kilogram and lost 1 kilogram what is the body percentage lost?

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pounds lost/original weight times 100 Say you weighed 200 pounds and lost 10 pounds, then the percent pounds lost is 10/200 x 100 = 5%

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(Original body weight)-(current body weight)= weight lost (weight lost)/(original body weight) * 100 = % of dehydration (degree of dehydration)

You lost 33/50 (X100) =66%, you got 34%.

Approx 79.7%.

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pounds lost/original weight times 100 Say you weighed 200 pounds and lost 10 pounds, then the percent pounds lost is 10/200 x 100 = 5%

You weighed 190 and lost 30 so you now weigh 160. 30 divided by 190 = 0,157 so 16%

1-185/205 = 0.0976 So you lost about 9.8%

Up to 10% of a person's body weight can be lost without side effects, but if more than 40% is lost, the situation is almost always fatal.

When she won American Idol at age 17 she had weighed 190 pounds and then she gained a few pounds and lost them when she gained fat on her she weighed 209 pounds. Then she lost weight and weighed 162 lbs. So she was never ever really fat, just more than I weigh!

29 percent

That would depend on how much you weighed before!

Hilda's weight after losing x kilograms would be 45 - x kilograms.

Yes he did. He weighed around 120 pounds in that movie.

You can buy special scales, that can tell you the percentage of body fat and muscle.

Assuming an average adult has about 42 liters of body water, losing 4 liters would represent about 9.5% of their total body water.

To calculate the percentage of mass lost for bicarbonates, you would first determine the initial mass of the bicarbonate compound. Then, subtract the final mass after the reaction or process from the initial mass to find the mass lost. Finally, divide the mass lost by the initial mass and multiply by 100 to get the percentage of mass lost.