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Cp = Cv + R

Where Cp is specific heat (constant pressure), Cv is specific heat (constant volume), and R is the universal gas constant.

However, my book states that for an incompressible fluid, Cp = Cv.

How can this be the case given the above equation? R is a constant for any given fluid, so why is is zero for an incompressible fluid?