What is significant regarding the three questions Macbeth asks Banquo? In act 3 scene 1.

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In Act 3.1 of Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth asks Banquo if he is going riding, how far he's going, and if Fleance is going with him.  The reader understands why he asks these questions and what purpose they serve during the next couple of scenes. 

These questions are logistical.  Macbeth is in the process...

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