which scene is the murder scene of king duncan in shakepeare's macbeth? is it act ii scene i or act ii scene ii

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This is kind of a 'trick' question because Shakespeare only talks about Macbeth using on the possibliity of kiling the King in Act 1, Sc. 4. Then Shakspeare does the same thing when Macbeth is made king. All of a sudden he just IS. No coronation scene, nothing. Boom...he's the king. Just like....boom....Duncan is dead.