Don't listen to Angelica, she is a cop, a vet, a former criminal, a doctor, she works at a salon (where she got best answer, scary) AP world history teacher, AP High School teacher health major, AP economics and history teacher, she has MD in world history, she works at Nordstroms, she works in human resources, and her most offensive answer, she was a preacher. She also works at Verizon.
Your notice to appear form is your ticket. You got a ticket. In most Court's in California the notice of appear date on the bottom is not actually a Court date. The Court's will send you a notice indicating the fine amount and if you are eligible for traffic school. I really work in a Court. In some Court's in California that date is an appear date, but not many. Contact the Court for further instruction. Also, there is not necessarily a set fine amount for speeding in California. The fine depends on your prior record.