Here's the secret:
Take the amount of drop at the desired range (94.51)
Divide by the desired range in hundreds of yards (875/100 becomes 8.75)
Answer is 94.51/8.75 = 10.80 of come-up over the Zero range.
Here's the stickler... the drop you stated is in inches, many scopes adjust in MOA. If your scope adjustments are MOA then you'll need to divide 10.80 by 1.047 to get MOA of adjustment. 10.80/1.047 = 10.32 MOA of come-up.
Peter Cronhelm posted a thread about the 'Thing', a ballistics spreadsheet. The thread is in Bullets, Barrels and Ballistics, it has a Ballistics page the shows this come-up value. The spreadsheet is free but requires Microsoft Excel to operate. It'll give you many of the answers you seek.
[ 07-30-2001: Message edited by: Dave King ]