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In triangle ABC, with vertices A(0,a), B(0,0), and C(b,c), prove that the right bisecors of the sides meet at a common point.

Ok, this question is really getting to me. I know that I could find the equations of all three right bisectors and then solve for x and y through substitution. However, when I try to solve it through substitution I get 50 variables and no cancellations. I'm sure there is an easier way. Please help!

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