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In a 1-mile race, the winner crosses the finish line 10 feet ahead of the second-place runner and 23 feet ahead of the third-place runner. Assuming that each runner maintains a constant speed throughout the race, by how many feet does the second-place runner beat the third-place runner? (5280 feet in 1 mile.)

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