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I've modified your drawing a little bit:
1. The points A, E, D, B are located on the circumference of a circle around M.
2. The angles $\displaystyle \angle(DAB)$ and the $\displaystyle \angle(DEB)$ subtend the same cord of the circle. Thus they must be equal.
3. $\displaystyle \angle(x)$ is the center angle of the the angles of #2. Therefore $\displaystyle x = 2\cdot 67^\circ = 134^\circ$
to #c) You can prove that the triangles in question are congruent and therefore the angles in question must be equal.