Graphing using Microsoft Excel Tutorial # 5- Determining and plotting reaction velocities

Step 1 • Enter data as shown

b.Select the area you wish to graph (area will turn blue) c. Chart Wizard will generate this graph (I also used a trendline for each set of points). #5- Page 1 of 3

the 20ug/ml line was used) b. Calculate slope of each line: = (Y2 – Y1)/ X2 –X1) =(1.Page 2 of 3 Y1. X2= 15 min X1= 5 min Y2= 1. Pick two points on the each line (In this example.Tutorial # 5. Record the x and y values for each point Here.45 units c.05 – 0.0 .60/10min or 0.Determining and plotting reaction velocities Step 2 a. X1 Y2.06units/min d. X2 I chose these two points .45)/ (15. Now do the same to calculate the slope for the remaining lines.05 units Y1= 0.5. # 5.0) =0.

Note that the rate for 2. select XY scatter and use this style to make your graph.Determining and plotting reaction velocities Step 3 a. as shown In step 1 of Chart Wizard.5 mM substrate is unexpected . Enter slope of each line on a table. # 5. highlight blue area shown. conclusions can be made about the overall effect of substrate concentration on reaction rates.Tutorial # 5.Page 3 of 3 . Even so.

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