On the Help Center page about Roomba (the script that automatically deletes 'abandoned' bad questions), code formatting is used a couple of times. While it's OK (at least in my book) to use this for the technical enumeration(?) values of the deletion reasons like
RemoveDeadQuestions, it's not appropriate for the number of days, which are just a natural part of the sentence. Currently, they're breaking the flow for users with screen readers.
It could be some attempt to indicate that these are variables, but they're not dynamically calculated when the page loads. On other pages with days 'variables', like the bounty page, don't have this type of formatting either.
Oh, and while you're at it, please format the second to last link (the one to What should I do if I find the answer to an old question of mine that was automatically deleted as abandoned?).