# How do you calculate dividend

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The first step is going to be establishing a baseline for weight watchers points depending on your sex and whether or not you are nursing. If you are female, give yourself 2 points to start. If you are male give yourself eight weight watchers points to start. If you are nursing give yourself 12 weight watchers points to start. This is the first step to calculate how many weight watchers points you will get on the plan so you can start losing weight.

Example: I am a woman so I start with 2 points.

The next thing you will do to calculate weight watchers points is to add to the number you got in step 1 depending on your age. If you are between 17-26 add 4 points to your weight watchers point total. If you are between 27-37 add 3 points; 38-47 add 2; 48-57 add 1; and over 58 add 0. This is because your metabolism slows as you get older so when you calculate how many weight watchers points you get.

Ex. I am 27 years old so I add 3 which gives me a total of 5 points.

Next, you will take the numbers you added together in step 1 and 2 and then adjust it for your weight and height. You are going to take the first two numbers of your weight. (You would add 20 if you weighed 204 pounds.) You will also adjust for your height. If you are under 5 ft you will add 0, between 5'0" and 5'9" you will add 1, and over 5'10" add 2.

Ex. I weigh 174 pounds so I will add 17 points to my total giving me 22. Then since I am 5'7" I will add 1 more point giving me 23.

Lastly, you will calculate how weight watchers points you get by adjusting for your activity level. If you spend most of your day sitting down, add 0 to your weight watchers points total. If you are occasionally sitting but mostly standing add 2. If you are walking most of the time add 4. If you do physically difficult work, add 6.

Ex. I spend almost all of my day at a desk sitting so I will add 0 which makes my point target 23. Now you have calculated your daily weight watchers points target.

Source: ehow.comCategory: Bank

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