The version of WeBWorK on the server I am using is 2.9, and I believe this is the same version as it was before. I'm on a MacBook and on Chrome.

Here is the code:

BEGIN_PGMLOne positive number is [`[$num]`] times another number. If the difference between the two numbers is [`[$diff]`], find the numbers.a) Use the first sentence to write expressions for the two unknown numbers, given that the first number is [`x`].*1st #:* [`\quad x`]*2nd #:* [___________]b) Enter the equation that represents this situation.*Equation:* [________________________]c) Enter the two numbers separated by a comma: [______________].END_PGML

The output looks like this (I also attached an screen image):

One positive number is 6 times another number. If the difference between the two numbers is 65, find the numbers.
- Use the first sentence to write expressions for the two unknown numbers, given that the first number is x.

**1st #:**x|

**2nd #:**

- Enter the equation that represents this situation.

**Equation:**

- Enter the two numbers separated by a comma: .

Ironically, when I copied and pasted the code it did not display the vertical line, so I had to actually type it in above after I pasted it.

And oddly, there is no vertical bar after the x in the line above. And in fact, some of the problems have similar variables in the same spot with no vertical bar after them.

Perhaps you may also need to know what's been loaded in this file, so here it is:

loadMacros("PGstandard.pl","MathObjects.pl","PGML.pl","parserImplicitPlane.pl","PGcourse.pl");