Every time you have to calculate how much of a reactant is needed in order for a reaction to take place, it is assumed that you will have no limiting reagent.
For instance, you know the balanced chemical equation
You started with
If you'd use more oxygen than you've calculated would mean that sucrose will become a limiting reagent
So, to answer your question, in that particular problem neither the gummy bear nor the oxygen were limiting reagents because the amount of oxygen that you calculated matched the amount of sucrose you had perfectly.
You could say that the quantity of oxygen used was tailor-made for
The original problem:
A gummy bear weighs 2.48 grams. What volume of oxygen is needed to completely combust the gummy bear in the equation C12H22O11 + 12O2 = 11H2O + 12CO2 ?