You seem to have a rather confused notion of what a tense-form actually is.
Some of the above (e.g. I used to be doing) are not tense-forms, but simply assorted combinations of verb phrases, in the case of the above, of the simple past of the verb 'use' (used) + the progressive infinitive of the verb 'be' (to be doing).
Many (e.g. * I will have used to have been going to be doing) are frankly complete nonsense.
I cannot help but wonder what the imagined purpose of this task is, given that many of the forms you cite are non-existent.
If this has been given to you as homework, I would seriously suggest a change of teacher!
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