|Cay you answer these questions?
Who is the tallest of all the presidents?
The second tallest president?
The third tallest president?
Who is the shortest of all the presidents?
Who is the heaviest of all the presidents?
The second heaviest president?
The third heaviest president?
Who is the lightest of all the presidents?
If you cannot answer these questions, look at the complete list of all
the presidents' heights and weights as follows. Compare with your own height
Less than 18.5 underweight and potentially unhealthy
18.5 - 24.9 healthy weight
25.0 - 26.9 omewhat overweight, avoid gaining weight
27.0 - 29.9 overweight, elevated risk of health problems
30.0 - 34.9 Class 1 obesity, high health risk
35.0 - 39.9 Class 2 obesity, very high health risk
40.0+ Class 3 obesity, extremely high health risk
|※2 It is commonly said that Washington stood six foot two or three, an
estimate that gained currency after a doctor measured his corpse at six
feet three and a half inches. Even though dozens of contemporaries pegged
his height at only six feet, there is no need for any guesswork.
Before the Revolutionary War, Washington ordered his clothes from London
each year and had to describe his measurements with great accuracy. In
a 1761 letter, he informed his remote tailor that “my stature is six feet,
otherwise rather slender than corpulent,” and he never deviated from that
Obviously, Washington couldn’t afford to tell a fib about his height to
his tailor. One can only surmise that when the doctor measured his cadaver,
his toes were pointing outward, padding his height by several inches compared
with his everyday stature.
|Answer: The tallest president is Linclon. The second tallest president
is Lyndon Johnson. The third tallest president Jefferson. The shortest
president are Madison and Van Buren. The heaviest president is Taft. The
second heaviest president is Cleveland. The third heaviest president is
Clinton. The lightest president is Madison.