Dont understand how p=nRT/V relates to dU = C_VdT

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WIKI says: "In case of an ideal gas, p = NkT / V which implies that dU = CvdT, i.e. the internal energy of an ideal gas can be written as a function that depends only on the temperature."

I dont understand the bolded part.. What is the relationship?
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