Kenneth S. answered • 05/10/16

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Given three points in a plane, defining a triangle (vertices are said given points), you can make a quadrilateral by choosing any new point not collinear with any of the triangle's sides.

Choosing a new point in the interior of the triangle, however, would seem to force the quadrilateral not to be convex, but that's OK with me since it is not expressly prohibited.