So, I know (conventional) current goes from the + pole of the battery into the anode of the LED, leaving through the cathode and into the - pole of the battery.
However, I read the cathode is the negative end. I figured it should be exiting through the positive end, and be "conventionally repelled" away.
So you end up with a circuit like this:
- (battery) ---> + (LED) ---> - (LED) ---> - (Battery)
Is this right? How does it make sense?