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    “Fitts’s law” predicts nearer, wider targets are faster to select than farther, narrower targets. Shown below are parts of two Indian language virtual keyboards X and Y that demonstrate the input of a vowel modifier (matra) in Indian scripts. In each case, the first image shows the initial interface, and the second image shows the interface after the user touches a consonant. In both cases, the user selects the desired vowel modifier by sliding his finger towards it. Which of the statements below  is TRUE, as per Fitts’s law?

     

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    1. Users would select vowel modifiers on interface X in less time than on interface Y.

    2. Users would select vowel modifiers on interface Y in less time than on interface X.

    3. Users would select vowel modifiers on both interfaces in the same amount of time.

    4. Fitts’s law will have no effect on vowel modifier selection speeds

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