How does "construction-based" modeling differ from "feature-based" modeling and "boolean" modeling?

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Feature-based modeling is linear. A basic solid shape is first created, and "features" are then added to the first shape(the "base" feature), creating a composite "part". A "feature" is composed of a geometric shape and a union, subtraction, or intersection operation that combines the shape with the part. As a simple example, a crude T-handled hex drive might be created by defining a cylindrical handle as the base feature, and then the driver portion defined as a "protrusion" feature by extrudin...
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What is 1 + 100

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