Index body mass (BMI) or Quetelet index — it is a value derived from the mass (weight) and height of a person, man or woman. BMI is defined as body weight divided by the square of height and is expressed universally in units of kg / m2 as a result of weight in kilograms and height in meters. Formula:
BMI = (mass or weight) / (height * height) where, mass or weight is in Kg, height is in meters
Examples:
Input: height (in meter): 1.79832 weight (in Kg): 70 Output: The BMI is 21.64532402096181, so Healthy. Explanation: 70 / (1.79832 * 1.79832) Input: height (in meter): 1.58496 weight (in Kg): 85 Output: The BMI is 33.836256857260594 so Suffering from Obesity Explanation: 70 / (1.58496 * 1.58496)

Output:
The BMI is 21.64532402096181 so Healthy