Getting 3.6V, 1.8V, and 1.1V from 12V using LM117 or LM317

Please all, I need some help in designing power lines for my project. I intend to use one LM117 (or LM317) to have at least three voltage lines on my breadboard, i.e 3.6V, 1.8V and 1.1V from a 12V supply (all DC).

I used the following formula to try and get a 1.1V DC line.

$$R_2=R_1 \left( \frac{V}{1.25}-1 \right)$$

The tutorial I read suggested a standard value for R1 to be 240 ohms, which leaves me with a negative value for R2 (and for some reason i think this is wrong), for example:

\begin{align} R_2 &= 240 \left( \frac{1.1}{1.25} - 1 \right)\\ R_2 &= -28.8 \end{align}

1. Any ideas where I am going wrong? Should I be using a different value for R1? For a background, I am trying to have three power lines of 3.6V, 1.8V and 1.1V from a 12V source (all DC) using the LM117/337
2. Can I have all three power lines off one LM117/317
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