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sche·mat·ic

(skē-mat'ik),
Made after a definite type of formula; representing in general, but not with absolute exactness; denoting an anatomic drawing or model.
[G. schēmatikos, in outward show, fr. schēma, shape, form]

schematic

[skēmat′ik]
pertaining to a schema, model, or diagram representing, without absolute precision, a structure, strategy, or system. An anatomical chart is an example.

schematic

(skē-măt′ĭk) [NL. schematicus, shape, figure]
Pert. to a diagram or model; showing part for part in a diagram.

sche·mat·ic

(skĕ-mat'ik)
Made after a definite type of formula; representing in general, but not with absolute exactness; denoting an anatomic drawing or model.
[G. schēmatikos, in outward show, fr. schēma, shape, form]
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