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I have a tag that has this information:

102 TagName x113

When I hover over it, it says:

"Asked 12 non-wiki questions with a total score of 64.
Answered 101 non-wiki questions with a total score of 102."

So, what's the x113 ?
How is everything counted (I earned much more than 102 points).

And when will I get the tag badge ?

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12 + 101 = 251? – random May 25 '11 at 19:48
    
That's real information from my user – Yochai Timmer May 25 '11 at 19:51

The first number is the total score on just the non-wiki answers you've given. This number is relevant because it is what is used to determine when you have earned a tag badge. Note that this number is the total score, not the total amount of Rep you earned. If you had 4 upvotes and a downvote on an answer, it would contribute 3 to your total score, but 38 to your total Rep.

The second number is the total number of posts you've made (questions and answers, wiki and non-wiki) that involved that tag. You appear to have no wiki posts, since 12 questions + 101 answers = 113 posts. I, for example, currently have 937 posts for the matlab tag, and my hover text tells me I have 1 non-wiki question and 933 non-wiki answers. The three missing wiki answers can be seen here.

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The first number is your summed vote score of all non-wiki answers in that tag, with the hover clarifying that point. If you hover over it, as you can see, it tells you the breakout of your non-wiki posts in general.

The second number is the number of all questions and answers you have for that tag, regardless of wiki status.

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The first number is the score

The second number is the number of question + number of answer.

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