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Let's start with the hasse diagram.

The Hasse diagram has only one minimum element, which is the number at the bottom. In the suitable total sequence, we'll start with this number: $1$

Remove the Hasse diagram's associated vertex:

The remaining Hasse diagram has just two basic elements: $2$ and $3$. Either of the two components is available to us. Let us start with $3$ : $1$ $\prec$ $3$

Note that you may use any of the two values, thus the answer isn't unique. Remove the vertex that corresponds to it:

In the Hasse diagram, there is just one minimum element: $2$. Add this amount to the whole order: $1$ $\prec$ $3$ $\prec$ $2$

Remove the vertex that corresponds to it:

The remaining Hasse diagram has just two basic elements: $8$ and $6$

Either of the two components is available to us. I'll start with number six: $1$ $\prec$ $3$ $\prec$ $2$ $\prec$$6$

Remove the vertex that corresponds to it:

The remaining Hasse diagram has just two basic elements: $8$ and $12$

Either of the two components is available to us. I'll start with number eight: $1$ $\prec$ $3$ $\prec$ $2$ $\prec$$6$$\prec$$8$

Remove the vertex that corresponds to it:

In the Hasse diagram, there is just one minimum element: $12$

To the entire order, add this value: $1$ $\prec$ $3$ $\prec$ $2$ $\prec$$6$$\prec$$8$$\prec$$12$

Remove the vertex that corresponds to it:

In the remaining Hasse diagram, there are two minimum elements: $24$ and $36$

Either of the two components is available to us. I'll start with the number $24$

$1$ $\prec$ $3$ $\prec$ $2$ $\prec$$6$$\prec$$8$$\prec$$12$$\prec$$24$

Remove the vertex that corresponds to it:

Only $36$ item remains; add this value to the total order: The following is an example of a possible compatible total ordering:

$1$ $\prec$ $3$ $\prec$ $2$ $\prec$$6$$\prec$$8$$\prec$$12$$\prec$$24$$\prec$$36$