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You had gotten +2 yesterday for an accepted suggested edit on "Is the following a valid proof that shows a limit does not exist?" This post you had edited, then got deleted for some reason. As a consequence of this the +2 from the suggested edit to that post got invalidated. You were not targeted specifically. It is an automatic consequence of how things ...

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You need to check show removed post. It seems that this is set by default on TeX.SX since I never checked it but on Math.SX it isn't set. By checking it, you will see the removed post appear in the list. Click reputation, scroll to bottom, and check the box.

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The question Compute largest integer power of $6$ that divides $73!$ was deleted, and so the reputation you received from it disappeared.

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From How does "Reputation" work: You gain reputation when: ... you remove a downvote from an answer: +1 an answer you downvoted is removed: +1 No other events cause a +1. The first one will appear as 'undownvote' in your reputation tab; the second one as 'removed'. So as Jyrki Lahtonen mentioned, you downvoted one of the answers and it ...

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This behaviour change is a result of implementing Fix UI of the Reputation Tab Rows. Unfortunately, it seems you're in the "only the triangle should activate expansion" camp, and the other ticket's OP is in the "clicking anywhere in the row should activate expansion" camp. Our Markdown help's expandable sections also expand when clicking on the title, not ...

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There just is no answer that was deleted. Note what it says (added emphasis): "This message means that a user who voted for one of your posts had their account deleted[...]" What happened is that a user was removed that had cast an upvote on one of your answers, and the ten points gained from that upvote were removed (to be precise, it could also be any ...

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What Daniel Fischer said in the comments. Alternatively, when viewing the desktop version of the site you can click the achievements icon near the top and you'll see where you lost rep. In the example below, you'll see that today I was downvoted (thus getting $-2$) on an old question of mine here and on a puzzle I posted on Puzzling.SE. Not my finest day, ...

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