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In the figure below, the lower case letters refer to the distances between the points labeled by the upper case letters. The notation

`/_(B)DC`

refers to the measure of the angle whose vertex is

`D`

. Use the figure to find the values. Round to one decimal place. If

`A=23\deg (,)/(_(B))DC=31\deg `

, and

`y=15`

, find

`x`

and

`h`

.

```
x=
h=
```