**3. **

**Develop an algorithm for the following problem statement. Your solution should be a pseudocode with appropriate comments. You should use modularisation in your solution and provide appropriate error messages (15 marks). **

Design a program that receives user height in cm and weight in kg and calculates BMI (body mass index). This program should then print the BMI result and a message based on the following table:

table:

**BMI Result Message**

BMI = > 25.0 Oops, you are overweight.

18.5 <= BMI < 25 Congrats, you are healthy.

BMI < 18.5 Oops, you are underweight.

**Body Mass Index **formula is **BMI **= kg/m2 where kg is a person's weight in kilograms and m2 is their height in metres squared.

**Weight **should be in kilograms (Minimum 1kg, Maximum 160kg), **Height **should be in centimetre (Minimum 30cm, Maximum 220cm).

**Note**: for calculating metres squared(m2), centimetre should be converted to metre then powered by 2.

For example:

input: 57 kg 162cm

output: Congrats, you are healthy. Your BMI is 22

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