Poorly worded chapter 6 quiz question: "Passing allowDiskUsage to your aggregation queries will seriously increase their performance"

This is both a minor comment and a significant comment. Too often careless wording leads to ambiguous statements. Since the quizzes are not critical, I have not commented along the way about ambiguities, but I decided to do so for this question.

“Passing allowDiskUsage to your aggregation queries will seriously increase their performance” could refer to “performance time required”, but that is not what you meant.

I suggest changing it to:
“Passing allowDiskUsage to your aggregation queries will improve performance” (which would be false)
OR
“Passing allowDiskUsage to your aggregation queries will seriously degrade performance” (which would be true)

@RalphTamlyn

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