If enabled by your instructor, a calculator icon will appear for the following question types during an exam.
 Bimodal
 Essay
 Modified True / False
 Multiple Choice
 Multiple Select
 Numeric Response
 Short Answer
 True / False
The calculator has both basic and advanced functions. The basic calculator is displayed by default, as shown in the figure below.
Toggle on Advanced functions to show the scientific functions, as shown in the figure below.
The calculator includes a drag handle to move it around the screen. Use the X button to close the calculator. If reopened, the calculator reverts to the basic view and default position on screen.
Keyboard Shortcuts
The table below lists all the buttons, their function, and keyboard shortcut controls. The calculator follows the standard scientific order of operations based on parenthesis and standard functions.
Button  Function  Keyboard Shortcut 

Clears all characters and resets the view to 0 
Ctrl + X (PC) Cmd + X (Mac) 

Copies the number in the view to the clipboard 
Ctrl + C (PC) Cmd + C (Mac) 

Deletes the last character or function from the view 
Backspace (PC) delete (Mac) 

Adds open parentheses for order of operations  Shift + 9  
Adds closed parentheses for order of operations  Shift + 0  
through  Adds entered number characters 0 through 9  0 through 9 
Adds decimal point  .  
Toggles the last set of number characters between positive and negative (includes decimal as a number character) 
Ctrl + ` 

Divide  /  
Multiply 
Shift + 8 * (num pad) 

Subtract    
Add 
Shift + = + (num pad) 

Evaluates the entered functions and returns the result 
= Enter 

Toggles the calculator to "degrees" mode for calculations  this is the default position of the toggle 
Alt + G (PC) Opt + G (Mac) 

Toggles the calculator to "radians" mode for calculations 
Alt + R (PC) Opt + R (Mac) 

Toggles trigonometric and logorithmic functions to their inverse; toggles root function to squared function  Shift + I  
Uses the result from the last calculation  Shift + A  
Exponent; raises the previous number to the power of the next number (e.g. 2^7 will calculate as 2^{7}); some calculators display this button as "x^{y}"R  Shift + 6  
root; takes the square root of the number in parenthesis  Shift + R  
adds "sin(" to the view; takes the sine of the expression inside the parentheses as degrees or radians, based on toggle  S  
adds "cos(" to the view; takes the cosine of the expression inside the parentheses as degrees or radians, based on toggle  C  
adds "tan(" to the view; takes the tangent of the expression inside the parentheses as degrees or radians, based on toggle  T  
enters the mathematical constant "pi"  P  
adds "log(" to the view; takes the base 10 logarithm of the expression inside the parentheses  L  
adds "ln(" to the view; takes the natural (base e) logarithm of the expression inside the parentheses  N  
enters the mathematical constant "e"  E  
takes the factorial of the entered number (e.g., 4! calculates 1x2x3x4)  Shift + 1 