In a certain sequence, every term after the first is determined by multiplying the previous term by an integer constant

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In a certain sequence, every term after the first is determined by multiplying the previous term by an integer constant greater than 1. If the fifth term of the sequence is less than 1000, what is the maximum number of non-negative integer values possible for the first term?

A) 60
B) 61
C) 62
D) 63
E) 64


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