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For the 2007 season, the NBA three point line is 4 feet longer from the goal than the NCAA three point line at the top of the key (23 feet, 9 inches for the NBA to 19 feet 9 inches for the NCAA). However, starting in the 2008 season, the NCAA's three point line will be lengthened to 20 feet 9 inches at the top of the key.

Q: How many feet longer is the NBA 3-point line than the NCAA's?

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