So I took an elective in environmental science and the professor puts stupid trivia questions on her tests/quizzes to prevent people from getting 100 on her course. For example from one of her online quizzes: she asks what percentage of air pollution is caused by motor vehicles. Or another example: how many people die as a result of under-nutrition annually? She expects the class to memorize the textbook (or she doesn't: she just doesn't want people getting a 4.0). I ended up applying optical character recognition to the e-version of the text and just using control + F to find the answer. Midterm is coming up and I won't have access to a computer. I think I'll have to export the OCR'd text portion of the relevant sections of the textbook to a simple text format and just use my smartphone to do an easy look-up during the test. She says she'll be giving everyone more than double the time needed to do it so time isn't going to be an issue. I feel guilty for the easy 100 but I have no choice because this woman refuses to change her style. Anyone have any other less-cheating alternatives?