The next two questions refer to this situation: Assume a woman with a singleton pregnancy weighed 154 pounds prior to pregnancy and is 5′7″ tall. 9. _____ What would be the recommended range of total weight for her pregnancy in pounds (lb) and kilograms (kg)? a. 28–40 lb, 12.7–18.2 kg b. 25–35 lb, 11.4–15.9 kg c. 15–20 lb, 6.8–9.1 kg d. 22–27 lb, 10–12.3 kg

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Judith E. Brown
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ISBN: 9781305628007

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The next two questions refer to this situation:

Assume a woman with a singleton pregnancy weighed 154 pounds prior to pregnancy and is 5′7″ tall.

9.    _____ What would be the recommended range of total weight for her pregnancy in pounds (lb) and kilograms (kg)?

  1. a. 28–40 lb, 12.7–18.2 kg
  2. b. 25–35 lb, 11.4–15.9 kg
  3. c. 15–20 lb, 6.8–9.1 kg
  4. d. 22–27 lb, 10–12.3 kg

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