The integer/rational keypad is fairly similar in layout to a production handheld calculator, compared to the floating-point/complex keypad there is one row fewer. The buttons are listed below, together with a description of their intended use:
- , … : For inputting decimal digits making up an integer in Integer Multiprecision mode, or a numerator or denominator in Rational Multiprecision mode.
- , , : Standard arithmetic operators, with multiplication having a higher precedence than addition and subtraction. Negative numbers can be entered by preceding them with .
- : Floor division (Integer Multiprecision mode) or the fraction (rational) operator (Rational Multiprecision mode), each with the same precedence as multiplication.
- %. : (Integer Multiprecision mode only.) Return the remainder from a division of the preceding value by the following value. Note sometimes this operator is called
- 1,000,000 are supported, and that for recurring decimals 15 significant digits are required. : (Rational Multiprecision mode only.) Make a fraction out of a decimal number. Note that only denominators up to
- ^). This operator has a higher precedence than multiplication and division. Note that only positive integer powers are permitted. : Raise the preceding value to the power of the following value, sometimes called index or exponent operator (shown as
- , : Introduce sub-expressions of higher precedence. Note that on pressing the sub-expression is evaluated and shown as the running result.
- , , , : As for floating-point modes.
The Constants Menu and Functions Menu are both unavailable in these modes, as they are not compatible with integer/rational calculations.