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This is a 3D nonogram. The first five boxes represent the five layers of a $5\times5\times5$ cube, and the last box shows the enumerations for the Z-axis. (Note that 11 means two stretches of length one here, not one of length eleven.)

To increase the difficulty somewhat, a few of the numbers have been replaced with question marks. A question mark simply means that the number of shaded cells in that row or column is unknown.

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Name the geometric object that appears in six different forms in the grid.

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The shapes are

hexominoes

The filled grids are

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You get the shapes by

looking at the connected cubes
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    $\begingroup$ This is correct. Nice work! $\endgroup$ – jafe Jun 24 at 21:56
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Hexominoes, but with cubes instead of squares.

“natural view”

The sheets:

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