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I looked in my questions, and my vote ups are not there... from where I got the 17 reputation?

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

You have 2 upvotes and 2 downvotes on this question, If a bounty question is not correctly answered, can I ask it again?.

That gives you 16 rep, plus the 1 bonus rep you start with.

Once you get to 1000 rep, you'll be able to click on the vote number and see the breakdown.

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Lance has the details on what happened, but while you re working on the 1000 rep, you can go to your profile, click the "reputation" tab and examine the per post rep breakdown therein.

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