So I'm taking my intro to electromagnetism course and we are learning about currents and resistance right now and I'm running into a little confusion when it comes to the conventional flow and electron flow of this voltage division circuit. So the issue is when I try to calculate the voltages between each resistor using conventional current I get the same values like the one in the diagram below. However when I try to do this considering electron flow I'm getting different values, specifically the voltage in the wire from R3 to R2 is 3 volts but the voltage in the wire from R2 to R1 is only 1 volt. I don't know how I'm not getting the same values as with conventional current. Shouldn't I get the same values??
You haven't posted your calculations you used to get the answers you got so I'm just going to post my thoughts.
You seem to be trying to find the voltages between the resistors, what you actually want to do is find the voltage drop across the resistors.
Regardless of whether you use conventional or electron flow, the voltage drop across the resistor is still the same. Once you find all your voltage drops using either method and write them on the circuit, then you can find the voltage between two of the resistors. You seem to be getting yourself confused but as I can't see how you arrived at your answer I don't know how.