Find

- \(dy/dx\) in terms of \(t\),
- the co-ordinates of the stationary point of the curve,
- the equation of the normal at the point where \(t = 2\).

A curve is represented parametrically by the equations
\[\begin{equation*}
x = (3-2t)^2, \quad y = t^2 - 2t.
\end{equation*}\]

Find

- \(dy/dx\) in terms of \(t\),
- the co-ordinates of the stationary point of the curve,
- the equation of the normal at the point where \(t = 2\).