1065 Partnership Amended Return. How to answer the questions D, E & F

Is a Partnership (1065) amended return different from other amended returns?

I'm not sure how to answer D, E & F.  This is the first time I have come across this on an amended return.

Partnership has two partners and they are U.S. citizens and one is an estate of a deceased partner.

On Question B and C I checked the Yes box.

On Question D I checked No.

On Question E I checked Not subject to TEFRA

ON Question F I marked it as Amended

I checked No on G and checked Partnership on H

Does this sound correct to you guys?

Thanks in Advance!

Answer

Thanks sounds very consistent with the instructions https://www.irs.gov/instructions/i1065x/ar01.html#d0e343

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