Intriguing! A brick that's like the 3D analogue of A-series paper: you can cut it in half to produce two bricks similar to the original
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@christianp Does this extend to higher dimensions?

@allo I suppose $1, 2^{1/4}, 2^{2/4}, 2^{3/4}$ works.

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