BMI Calculator
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84.7% Acceptance
In this lab, you are tasked with creating a Python function named calculate_bmi
to calculate the Body Mass Index (BMI) based on a person's height in centimeters and weight in kilograms.
Function Requirements:
 Input Parameters:
height
(in centimeters)weight
(in kilograms)
 Output:
 A tuple
(bmi_value, category)
bmi_value
should be the BMI, calculated asweight (kg) / (height (m))^2
and rounded to two decimal places.category
should be a string indicating the BMI category: "underweight", "healthy", "overweight", or "obese".
 A tuple
BMI Range  Category 

Less than 18.5  Underweight 
18.5  24.9  Normal weight 
25  29.9  Overweight 
30 and above  Obese 
Output Formatting:
 The BMI value must be restricted to 2 decimal places.
 The category string should be in lowercase and trimmed of any extra spaces.
Examples:

Input:
calculate_bmi(170, 82.2)
Expected Output:(28.41, "overweight")

Input:
calculate_bmi(150, 77.1)
Expected Output:(34.27, "obesity")