Imagine that, I was confusing concept A with concept B. I searched and found their definitions but was still confused. So I raised a question, and then someone replied
You found the definition of concept A, so why would you think it involves concept B?
I guess they were trying to emphasize the fact I have got the definition of concept A and I would not be confused them.
To express that indication, is it more appropriate to use "you've found" here?
Above is the simplified version, here is what actually happened.
I was confused cornea with retina. So, I put forward a question in a post
... is astigmatism a type of retinopathy?
A contributor replied me in this way
You observed that astigmatism is caused by a misshaped cornea, so why would you think it involves the retina?
I guess "you observed" is more appropriate to convey the fact that I've already found that definition.
Is my understanding right? Could someone please give a hint? Thanks in advance.