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Home » Topics » Nutrition and Anthropometry » HW3(Height in cms) of Birth Record of IDHS 2005-2006 India is not seems to be practical (As the maximum height of the person in India is 7 feet that means 213 cms. But in the data set, it is showing an average value of around 500cms height.I am in confusion with the data. )
Re: HW3(Height in cms) of Birth Record of IDHS 2005-2006 India is not seems to be practical [message #20006 is a reply to message #20005] Mon, 14 September 2020 23:01 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
SHAIK ALTHAF is currently offline  SHAIK ALTHAF
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Thanks for the information.But,HW3(Height in cms) , It is showing the values from a absolute range of 400-900cms.For v437, V438 also it is showing absolute same range.As the maximum height is 213cms(7 feet). How can anyone be 400cms?.I kindly request you to help me in understanding this. It will be useful for my project. Thank you.
 
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