A beam of linearly polarized light falls on a polarizer which rotates about the axis of the beam with angular speed \(\omega=10~\text{rad}/\text{s}\). Find the energy in mJ of the light passing through the polarizer per one revolution if the flux of the incident light is \(P_{0}=10~\text{mW}\).

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