The index at the bottom of each picture describes a few abbreviations used and also the format in which the armor details are described in. Effective Armor (EA) refers to the overall effectiveness of the armor without normalization.
Frontally the T95 relies upon a massive amount of thick armor and not so much on the angles of the armor. A lot of the T95 is also “empty” since the large double wide tracks and the spaced armor around them will do no HP damage. Around the gun on the T95 does have a small “hole” behind the mantlet that can be shot through with high penetrating rounds if that is the only shot on the T95(say if you are in another T95 face hugging another) in area #5. The only other “weak spot” in the main body on the front is actually the UFG since while it is 305mm thick it is essentially flat and some shells can go through it.
The main weak spots frontally come on the top of the T95. Both hatches can be penetrated in area #8 which will be your primary place to shoot a T95 in most cases.
From the side the T95 still has a lot of “empty armor” since a lot of the tracks/spaced armor has no hull armor behind it. Keep in mind that the tracks are very wide and have spaced armor on them which makes HEAT shells essentially useless if you hit most of the side parts of the T95. The top hatches also become stronger(go figure) on the side for the T95 than you would expect. The main spots to aim for at the USH #2 and Area #11 if you have a lower penetrating gun. Most of the side opens up for tier 9/10 tanks however making it easier to deal with an enemy T95 unless if you shoot HEAT at it.
The rear of the T95 is very weak and most of the RHA has the engine module behind it. Simple fire away and avoid the few strong points and “empty armor” areas and you will be fine.