Given: there are 25 shots and 40% of the shots are made.
Let the numbers from 1 to 40 represent a made shot, while the numbers from 41 to 100 represent a missed shot.

The following Ti83/Ti84 calculator command then generates 25 numbers from 1 to 100: randInt(1,100,25)

where randInt can be found in the MATH-menu under PRB.

Count the number of integers from 1 to 40 in the result to obtain the estimated number of shots made.

Given: there are 8 free throws and 75.2% of the free throws are made. Let the numbers from 1 to 752 represent a madde free throw, while the numbers from 753 to 1000 represent a missed free throw.

The following Ti83/Ti84 calculator command then generates 8 numbers from 1 to 1000: randInt(1,1000,8)

where randInt can be found in the MATH-menu under PRB.

Count the number of integers from 1 to 752 in the result to obtain the estimated number of free throws made.

The following Ti83/Ti84 calculator command then generates 25 numbers from 1 to 100: randInt(1,100,25)

where randInt can be found in the MATH-menu under PRB.

Count the number of integers from 1 to 40 in the result to obtain the estimated number of shots made.

Given: there are 8 free throws and 75.2% of the free throws are made. Let the numbers from 1 to 752 represent a madde free throw, while the numbers from 753 to 1000 represent a missed free throw.

The following Ti83/Ti84 calculator command then generates 8 numbers from 1 to 1000: randInt(1,1000,8)

where randInt can be found in the MATH-menu under PRB.

Count the number of integers from 1 to 752 in the result to obtain the estimated number of free throws made.