What Is an Annotated Diagram?

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An annotated diagram is a diagram highlighting specific parts to imply functions through labelling. It is usually drawn to scale to maintain accuracy and preciseness and normally used to provide textual information about models.
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Annotate is basically just taking notes of the important details .stuff like that.
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I hate to break it to you guys, but my patented "circles" method isn't very interesting. , students must dissect and annotate law school textbooks to make sense of the mumbo-jumbo
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