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I don't know why I didn't notice till today (January 28, 2021) this odd sign on a special elevator at one
my dentists' offices, which I've been to several times, which I've
photographed for you. The sign plainly implies that one person weighs
750 pounds. (The BMI is calculated by the formula BMI = m / h^{2}, where m is the mass in kilograms and h is the height in meters. At 204 pounds my mass in kilograms is 204 times a skosh more than 0.453592, which we'll say is 95.528. At 70.5 inches my height in meters is 70.5 times exactly 0.0254, which is 1.7907. Plugging the admittedly rounded metric equivalents into the formula, my BMI is 95.5 / 1.8^{2}, which is 29.8. At my height the tipping point is 80 kilograms, which means I need to lose over 15 kilos. Sheesh.) But according to this sign, at least as I interpret it, one person may weigh as much as 750 pounds. Do you think a 750pound human being would come anywhere close to fitting in a typical dentist's chair?
If that person was as tall as I am that person
would be well over 300% too heavy or that person would be well over 18 feet
tall. 
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