**Answer:**

Point of intersection (-11/3 , 1/3)

All distances from the vertices are

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The vertices of the triangle is A(-3,5) , B (1,1) and C (-7,-3)

We need to find the perpendicular bisector of the triangle first

let's take one side connecting A and B

mid point of A and B = (-1,3)

Slope of the line joining A and B = -1

slope of perpendicular to line joining A and B = 1

equation of line passing through (-1,3) with slope 1

y - 3 = 1(x-(-1))

y -3 = x+1

x-y = -4 ............(1)

similarly

mid point joining B and C = (-3,-1)

slope perpendicular to line joining B and C = -2

Equation of perpendicular bisector of line joining B and C =

y +1 = -2(x +3 )

y+1 = -2x -6

2x+y = -7 ..........(2)

On solving 1 and 2

** x= -11/3 , y= 1/3**

**Distances**

From A =

From B =

From C =