If the following individuals mate, what is the probability the resulting child would be: affected (aa) or carrier (Aa)

(The colored circle in the pedigree is the affected female, colored square is the affected male, uncolored circle- unaffected female, uncolored squre- unaffected male). I apologize for having to keep editing the question, the pictures look clear on my computer. I have attached the drawing of the pedigree in pen.
1) a) Redraw ( you can add genotypes in the same pedigree, no need to redraw the whole thing) the pedigree showing, whereever possible, the ABO genotypes for all members of the pedigree. (Use blood type/genotype table for appropriate labeling).
b) Are there any individuals whose ABO genotype cannot be established? If so, why can’t their ABO genotype be determined, and how could you resolve it?
c) what is the evidence that NPS is an autosomal dominant condition?
d) Determine the probabily that II-1 is a carrier for NPS. Show work
e) If the following individuals mate, what is the probability the resulting child would be: affected (aa) or carrier (Aa)