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**aldrincabrera** ,.hello everyone,.,can u help me with this??

Given points (-3,5) , (-2,-3) , (3,-4). find the fourth point in the first quadrant so that the quadrilateral made is both circumscribable and inscribable.

I managed to start with the solution. using my 3 points, i had drawn a triangle, then i drew a circle around it in which the 3 points are tangent to the circle. next, i got the intersection of the perpendicular bisectors of the 3 sides and concluded that it was the center of the circle. so with the center, i have many points for my inscribable quadrilateral..now, i am having a hard time finding which point will make it both circumscribable and inscribable,.,please help me,,.thnx