Why do you think Macbeth decides to go and commit murder?

Act 2

Scene 1, Scene 2, Scene 3


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The enormous amount of pressure put on Macbeth by his wife is the deciding factor in his decision. She berates him, emasculates him, and holds promises over his head. Finally, she makes a plan to set up the servants to take the blame and convinces him they will not get caught.