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I have a follow-up to my previous question about building a 6x6x6 smooth-sided cube.

Do these three pieces create a 2x2x2 cube, smooth on top and bottom, and all four sides, with the height exactly the same as the width and the length?

-- 2x2 tile (3068a)

-- 2x2 block (3003)

-- 2x2 modified, inverted (11203)

For completeness, can someone provide a sketch?

AFOL, returning to the LEGO universe. Thanks.

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Yes. 1x1 Brick dimensions are 5x5x6 units. 1x1 Plate/Tile dimensions are 5x5x2 units. Since we have the top surface measured 2x2 studs, this brings us to top with 10x10 units in size. From here we need to construct a side of 10 units too. Taking out top and bottom tiles (10-2-2) we are left with 6 units, which is exactly a height of a brick.

Here's an example:

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