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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(ăn'ō-tāt') v. , -tat·ed , -tat·ing , -tates . v.tr. To furnish (a literary work) with critical commentary or explanatory notes; gloss. v.intr. To gloss
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