I am thinking of a number.

If I multiply this number by itself, it becomes larger than the previous number.

If I multiply this new number again by the original number, it becomes smaller than all the previous 2 numbers.

If I multiply this new number again by the original number, it becomes larger than all the previous 3 numbers.

If I multiply this new number again by the original number, it becomes smaller than all the previous 4 numbers.

If I multiply this new number again by the original number, it becomes \(\text{_________}\) than all the previous 5 numbers.

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