It is required to determine if there is a non-constant polynomial p with positive coefficients such that function $x \mapsto p(x^2)-p(x)$ is decreasing on $[1,+\infty \rangle$. What should I do here? How should I exactly determine that? What is the right method? My idea was to use somehow the fact that composition of decreasing and increasing function is decreasing etc. But, then again I have a polynomial here which can be of any degree. So, I am not sure if it would be increasing on the whole domain or not, but I guess I can somehow use the fact that all coefficients are positive. What's to be done here?