Q: Why 5 points for a try?

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5 points for a try and 2 points for a conversion.

5 points is the same in french

500 points .... 1% is 500/100 = 5 so 1% is 5 points then just do 5 * 93 ... so 465 points is 93% of 500

5 points, if all questions are being given equal marks.

Points: (1, -5) and (3, 5) Slope: 5

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5 and another 2 if you convert it successfully

try = 5 points Conversion (converted try) 2 points drop goal = 3 points penalty goal = 3 points Pentalty try = 5 points

5 points

in rugby 5 points is scored for 1 try, but if a conversation is successfull after a try then it would be 7 points.

5 points for a try in rugby

5 points for a try and 2 points for a conversion.

5 Points for a Try and two points for a conversion. (in Rugby Union UK)

LeagueTry - 4 points, Conversion - 2 points, Penalty Goal - 2 points, Field Goal - 1 pointUnion5 points for try, 2 for its conversion, 3 for penalty kick and a drop-goalPoints are the same in all countries under their individual codes

Its 5 points in the union code

5 Points for a try in rugby.

5 points for a try in rugby union

2 points for; A conversion 3 points for; Penalties and drop goals 5 points for; An unconverted try