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- How to solve ##f'(t) = -t + t^3f(t)##

I came across that differential equation while trying to compute something else. Here's a link to that: https://www.physicsforums.com/threa...fferentiating-under-the-integral-sign.998249/

And since I have studied differential equations more than 15 years ago, I can't remember how to (or if there's a way to) solve this:

##f'(t) = -t + t^3f(t)##

Any ideas?

And since I have studied differential equations more than 15 years ago, I can't remember how to (or if there's a way to) solve this:

##f'(t) = -t + t^3f(t)##

Any ideas?