Mind Blowing exponents

It is given that \([y^2]=11\) and \([y^3]=41\), where \(y\) is a real number and \([x]\) is the largest integer smaller than or equal to \(x\).

Find the number of possible values of \([y^6]\).

Note: This question is taken from The Hong Kong Youth Mathematical Challenge 2014.

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