walker wrote:

"ordered" means that x or z is the largest integer. As median cannot be larger than the largest integer, x+z is always impossible for median. Without word "ordered" y could be the largest integer and it would be possible to get x+z as median.

yep agree. without the word 'ordered', none of the given answer choices makes sense.

here in this question, quant is also testing 'verbal'

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