# TrueQ returns False [closed]

I have coefficient of some expansion:

Workingexpansion =
tau/n - (A tau^2)/(27 n^3) - (B tau^3)/(5832 n^5);
CoefficientList[Workingexpansion, tau][]

1/n


I know, that, for example, when i = 2, this coefficient is equal to 1/n, where n is integer. I'd like to check whether the coefficient is zero or not. I found some information here, but, unfortunately it didn't help me.

So this is what I did:

Assuming[
n ∈ Integers,
TrueQ[Simplify[CoefficientList[Workingexpansion, tau][]] != 0]]


And I get False. I don't know how to solve this problem.

## closed as off-topic by Henrik Schumacher, rhermans, m_goldberg, Michael E2, MarcoBJul 25 '18 at 3:27

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• Me neither. What is Workingexpansion? – Henrik Schumacher Jul 23 '18 at 15:06
• tau/n - (A tau^2)/(27 n^3) - (B tau^3)/(5832 n^5) – Andrew Kudlis Jul 23 '18 at 15:17

You have to wrap the whole equation with Simplify, otherwise, Assuming cannot become active.

Assuming[
n ∈ Integers,
TrueQ[
Simplify[
CoefficientList[Workingexpansion, tau][] != 0
]
]
]


True

• Thank you very much! – Andrew Kudlis Jul 23 '18 at 15:39
• You're welcome! – Henrik Schumacher Jul 23 '18 at 15:39