Keep in mind that the standard CYA test will show anything over 100 as the same thing. So you CYA level might be much higher. You can do the test with dilution to get an idea if your actual CYA level is close to 100 or close to 200, though you lose most of what precision there is. Mix equal parts of pool water and tap water, do the test on that, and multiply the result by 2.
Just be aware that the test is not that accurate at levels over 100, you might be better off retesting diluting you sample 1 to 1 with tap water then multiplying your result by 2. This will introduce its own error, but it will likely tell you if your in the right ballpark with the 110 reading, as that could well be 150 or 200 on the straight test.