Factor completely

3p^2q + 9p^2q^2 - 12p^2q^3

I have done the following:

3p^2q(1+3q-4q^)

but then i get stuck..not sure if that's the final answer..

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1. edit: should be 3p^2q(1+3q-4q^2)

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2. I can't factor it any further.

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