What is the difference between Macbeth's plans for the first and second murder

How are Macbeth's plans for the second murder different from those made for the first one (two differences) what does this indicate about Macbeth's character?

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Macbeth is basically following l. Macbeth's lead in the first murder of King Duncan. When Macbeth decides to murder Banquo and Fleance, Macbeth not only plans it but does not include L. Macbeth in any part of it. Macbeth has matured into his own murderer: L. Macbeth is now redundant to him.