Dataview math on columns as array?

What I’m trying to do

First off, please, I am very new to Obsidian and Dataview. I may be missing the obvious, or using wrong terms. I have spent a good half day trying to search and figure this out with no luck.

I have a page with multiple instances of metadata. When I create a table from the page and this data I get multiple rows of data. I want to essentially have columns in my table that are computed from the other columns. However when I try to do this I get errors that imply the columns are arrays and thus I can’t do the math.

No implementation found for 'array * array'

Things I have tried

Here is an example of some of my data. This is all in a single note:

[Name:: Walnut] 
[Thickness::0.125]
[Finished:: no]
[Depth:: 12]
[Width::20]
[Cost::31.00]

[Name:: Maple] 
[Thickness::0.125]
[Finished:: yes]
[Depth:: 12]
[Width::20]
[Cost::22.00]

What I am trying to do is for example a computed column that is Depth * Width to give me the total square inches. EG:

TABLE 
	Name,
	Cost,
	Width,
	Depth,
	Width * Depth
FROM #supplier

This will give me the error previously mentioned. I CAN do something like:

TABLE 
	Name,
	Cost,
	Width,
	Depth,
	Width[0] * Depth[0]
FROM #supplier

And that will work but of course it will only give me the correct value for the very first entry. I tried to find some sort of index I could use that represents the current row but I couldn’t find such a thing.

I think normally the layout people would use here is to break these up into separate notes and it works differently then? I really want to put multiple instances in the same note so I Can have a note per supplier and each note has multiple products.