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The following tasks, which cannot be split, must be performed on an assembly line in the sequence and the times specified. The required cycle time is 75 seconds.

- Draw precedence diagram.

- Balance this line using the largest number of following tasks as the primary rule, and longest task time as the tie-breaker. What is the correct assignment of tasks to stations? (You will not necessarily use all of the stations listed, but you will definitely not need more than 5 stations.)

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