[fuchsia] Fix some typos in code blocks.

The $s get copied by Github's copy commands, so I removed them.
But then I also forgot some $s on environment variables.
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  2. assets/
  3. benchmarking/
  4. build/
  5. ci/
  6. common/
  7. display_list/
  8. docs/
  9. examples/
  10. flow/
  11. flutter_frontend_server/
  12. fml/
  13. impeller/
  14. lib/
  15. runtime/
  16. shell/
  17. sky/
  18. testing/
  19. third_party/
  20. tools/
  21. vulkan/
  22. web_sdk/
  23. .ci.yaml
  24. .clang-format
  25. .clang-tidy
  26. .gitattributes
  27. .gitignore
  28. .pylintrc
  29. .style.yapf
  30. analysis_options.yaml
  31. AUTHORS
  32. BUILD.gn
  33. CONTRIBUTING.md
  34. DEPS
  35. Doxyfile
  36. LICENSE
  37. README.md
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