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If on a hypothetical limiting reactant problem you found out that you need the exact same amount of each reactant for the reaction to occur, are both the reactants considered limiting or neither of them are and there just isn't a limiting reactant in this case?
In conjunction with what everyone else said, in this situation, there is no limiting reactant. A practical way to think about this is in terms of baking - if the recipe calls for a certain amount of an ingredient and you have the ingredients in the required amounts, you will be able to create the baked good regardless of the values of the required amounts. As long as you have what you need, it does not matter that they are equal mounts - you will not be limited.
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