I was looking at the reputation on a user and noticed he/she received +110 for an upvote on an answer they had. How does that happen? I thought the most you could get is +10 per upvote. Here is a screenshot of what I saw:
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Identical lines get combined, so the reputation page doesn't get cluttered.
The answer you mention simply got upvoted 11 times.
Likewise, the owner lost
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