First off, we don't do people's homework here. Second, how much help you get is usually dependent on how much effort you show. Posting what you've done so far your problem, where you got stuck, what you understand & where you lose it, etc., go a long way to A: show us what information would be most helpful to you and B: convince us to bother. Anyways, I'm charitable (or maybe just procrastinating) tonight so,
For (1), presumably your text book describes three criteria that an algorithm must satisfy to be a used as a hash. Reading that section would be a good start.
For (2), do you know what an S-box is? Given an S-Box and an input value can you produce the output value? What does the x in x-by-y S-box stand for?
If I write out a 3x2 S-box,
| 00 | 01 | 10 | 11 |
0 | 11 | 10 | 01 | 00 |
1 | 01 | 11 | 00 | 10 |
Can you tell what the range of the input values is? Or for that matter, can you count the output values?
Incidentally, you may want to spend some time re-evaluating how you search for information on-line. The first (or second depending on search engine) link when you search for "S-Box" is Wikipedia's S-Box article which answers question (2) in the third sentence.