Santa Monica College4/27/20201.2Temperature (K)Volume of Helium (L)20314.324317.228323.132325.936331.51. Launch the program Microsoft Excel(2016 version, found on all computers in all the computer centers on campus). Go tothe Start button (at the bottom left on the screen), then click Programs, followed by Microsoft Excel.2. Enter the above data into the first two columns in the spreadsheet.Reserve the first row for column labels.The x values must be entered to the left of the y values in the spreadsheet. Remember that the independent variable (theone that you, as the experimenter, have control of) goes on the x-axis while the dependent variable (the measured data)goes on the y-axis.3. Highlight the set of data (not the column labels) that you wish to plot (Figure 1).Click on Insert > Recommended Chartsfollowed by Scatter(Figure 2).Choose the scatter graph that shows data points only, with no connecting lines – the option labeled Scatter with OnlyMarkers(Figure 3).