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A

Explanation

The first step in constructing an inscribed circle of a triangle is to bisect the three angles of the triangle. This is because the center of the inscribed circle (also known as the incenter) is located at the intersection of the angle bisectors of the triangle. Once the angle bisectors are drawn, their intersection point is the center of the inscribed circle. From this point, a perpendicular can be drawn to any side of the triangle to determine the radius of the inscribed circle. Therefore, option A is the correct answer.

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