Welcome to GF! You have asked some big questions and since I don't want to type a "book", I'll answer briefly and then direct you to some articles to read. Mack snow is a co-dominant morph which means that if the gecko has one copy of the gene, it comes out looking one way (starts out black and white striped and usually yellows up as it matures) and if it has 2 copies of the gene it comes out looking a different way (starts out silvery and develops the white body with black spots/stripes). Your super snow, no matter what it's bred to, will produce mack snow offspring since it has 2 copies of the Mack snow gene and will pass one to each offspring. If it's bred to a snow or a super snow, some or all of the offspring will be super snows.
Your tangerine female has (or may have) some traits that are all recessive. That means that any gecko that expresses (i.e. shows) these traits must have 2 copies of the gene. If it has 1 copy it will not show the trait. This gecko of yours needs to be bred to another gecko that has these traits in order for the offspring to show them. Otherwise, the offspring will be possibly tangerine, and likely some of them will have reduced spotting.
Here are some articles/websites that you should look at to get some ideas. If the terms dominant, recessive, heterozygous and homozygous are unknown to you, do some google research, since these are basic genetic terms: