I didn't answer this one right away because I wasn't sure if you wanted to send the results to a server. But if the results are static and predetermined, you could just create a lot of scenes...
Scene 2a, 2b, 2c
Scene 3aa, 3ab, 3ac, 3ba, 3bb, 3bc, 3ca, 3cb, 3cc
13 scenes for each possible question and solution.
But if you want to make it dynamic, there are two templates at Photics.com that might help...
The "Capitals" quiz seems very close to what you're trying to do, as it generate questions randomly and dynamically. Basically, it reads data from a local array (somewhat similar a database) and then shows a score result at the end.
So, if you modify the template to match your idea, it seems it could just be a matter of displaying certain text based on what someone chose.
...but if you want to collect this data, I probably wouldn't use Hype. That would involve communicating with a web server, which has lots of potential pitfalls — especially if done wrong. I use Ninja Forms on WordPress for basic contact forms. If I had to build something advanced with conditionals, I'd probably use Webform on Drupal or perhaps one of the many websites that offer such features.
With a little CSS, and an iFrame, an external form could look like it's part of a Hype project.