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Assuming 6-sided dice, since you are going for a product of 6, if there are n dice, the number of ways to get that is n^2. If you have 1 die, then there is only 1 way. If you have 2 dice, then 4 ways. If you have 3 dice, then 9 ways. 4 dice, 16 ways, and so forth.

The number of possible outcomes if 6^n. So for 1 die, 6. 2 dice, 6*6=36. 3 dice, 6*6*6=216, and so forth.

The probability will be the quantity from paragraph 1 divided by the quantity from paragraph 2. For example, for 2 dice, it would be 4/36 = 1/9.

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