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Don't forget that probability distribution functions must integrate to $1$ over the allowed range of values.

Try changing variables for the first part.

For the second part, note that clearly $x^2\rightarrow (ax)^2 \neq a(x^2).$

How could you make the two sides match for other powers of $x$?