1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Bob picks up a bucket of water by a rope and swings it around in a vertical plane. The bucket passes through the top of the circle with a speed v1. (Note: You may neglect air resistance.) a.)At point 1 (top of the loop): How large is centripetal acceleration of the bucket? (Express as a multiple of g.) ac,1 = · g How much is the tension in the rope? (Express as a multiple of the bucket's weight.) T1 = · mg b.) At point 2 (bucket at same height as the center of the circle): What is the speed of the bucket? (Express as a multiple of v1.) v2 = · v1 How large is centripetal acceleration of the bucket? ac,2 = · g How much is the tension in the rope? T2 = · mg c.) Repeat when the bucket is at point 3 (bottom of the swing): v3 = · v1 ac,3 = · g T3 = · mg 2. Relevant equations mg=(mv^2)/r 3. The attempt at a solution I figured out the solutions to part a which is 1 and 0. But I'm having a hard time with part b and c. Top of the swing T=mv^2/r + mg. Left of swing T = mv^2/r. Bottom of swing T= mv^2/r -mg. Right?