An octahedral die has eight faces numbered 1 to 8, each of which comes up with equal likelihood (you can see a picture of one in Diagram 3 of the Test 1 Supplement).

Two such dice are rolled, and the product of the numbers is noted. In lowest terms, what are the odds against the product being greater than or equal to 40? Justify your answer.

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